CROP Walk Circles of Caring Throughout the United States
CROP Walks across the United States come in all sizes. Ours happens to be the 6th largest in the US. Walks vary in size by the number of walkers and the amount of money raised to help local and global partners fighting to end hunger but one thing connects us all. We believe that there are enough resources in our country to provide food, water, and social justice for everyone. We are part of the solution and our work creates ripples that help to transform communities around the world.
PO Box 8022 , Red Bank, New Jersey 07701, United States
Red Bank CROP Walk is the most active and successful CROP Hunger Walk in the NJ/NY region. It had its start in 1981 and has grown to include many communities throughout Monmouth County. Red Bank is the 6th largest (of over 800) CROP Hunger Walks in the country. Together we take a stand against hunger in our world by raising funds to support 15 local partner programs and national/global programs through Church World Service.
Janie Schildge - Walk Coordinator
We have an adult coordinating committee and a teen leaders committee with student representatives from area high schools. Both committees work to increase awareness and increase participation in our hunger walk.
We welcome you to join our circle of caring. Volunteers, sponsors, walkers, donors...all are welcome to walk with us to end hunger.