5 Decades of Walking to End Hunger

5 Decades of Walking to End Hunger

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Fun Ways to Raise Funds for CROP Walk 2015

Betty Albert from St. Thomas Episcopal in Red Bank created her very own personal "CROP Walk Bank in a Bottle" which she carries wherever she travels! 
Betty has no idea yet how much she has collected but finds that most people are quick to make a donation to this year's 35th Red Bank CROP Hunger Walk.
 Betty has found that most people are grateful for all they have and are willing to share!

 Two of our high school teen leaders: Annie Hellman from Colts Neck High School and Allyson Blatz from St. Rose of Belmar set up a CROP Walk garage sale this past weekend and they raised over $300 by selling items, baked goods and good cheer. Annie and Ally passed out information on this year's 35th hunger walk to encourage people to participate.  

In October, students from the Red Bank Regional High School Key Club with advisor, Cassandra Dorn, will be selling 35th Walk wristbands to raise funds for this year's walk. Other teen leaders are using our 3 and $5 Challenge to try to raise funds at their schools. 


Teen Leaders Ryan Geary and Amanda Lashenick from High Technology High School have set a goal of getting 35 students to join a team to walk on Oct. 18th. All these ideas will help us to reach our walk goals this year! 

If your congregation, school or community group is doing something special to raise funds for CROP please send us an email and share your success with us.  redbankcropwalk@gmail.com

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