5 Decades of Walking to End Hunger

5 Decades of Walking to End Hunger

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

A Walk in the Rain to End Hunger in the World

39th Red Bank CROP Walk at Red Bank Regional High School Sunday Oct. 20, 2019 

Dedicated CROP Walkers lined up knowing that the drizzle might later turn into a down pour by the time they finished walking five miles together to end hunger and in solidarity with those that walk daily to meet their needs. We walked for those that walk for water, for food, for jobs, for education, to find shelter after disasters, and a safe place to call home while escaping violence and discrimination. Our CROP Walk donations help provide a hand up while giving people dignity and hope for their future. Church World Service Funds help people in our own communities in Monmouth County as well as the most vulnerable in some of the poorest communities of the world.  

Donations are coming in and we hope to soon go over the $100,000 mark. Please continue to collect your pledged donations and ask for additional donations as our fundraising remains open through Dec. 31st. 

Donations can be mailed to Red Bank CROP Walk at PO Box 8022 Red Bank, NJ 07701

Donations can be made online at 

As results come in we'll be sure to share. 
Photos from the walk can be viewed on:
Instagram Account RedBank_CROPWalk
Face Book Page Red Bank CROP Walk

If you have photos to share:
1. Use the hashtag #redbankcropwalk
2. Tag them with @redbankcropwalk2019
3. Email them to: redbankcropwalk@gmail.com

The tent for the food collection was a blessing!
CROP Walkers donated 17,000 lbs. of peanut butter,
rice, beans & nutritious soup for two dozen pantries!

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