41st Red Bank CROP Walk * SUNDAY OCTOBER17th 2021

Starting Our 5th Decade of Walking to End Hunger

Starting Our 5th Decade of Walking to End Hunger
41st Red Bank CROP Hunger Walk


 Last year our theme was to step up to end hunger. In 2020 we're asking everyone to use their heart and soles to continue to step up to end hunger. We can't stop CROP. 


Each year of our annual CROP Hunger Walk we encourage students to contribute a poster or banner to help us raise awareness about the issues surrounding hunger and poverty here in the United States and around the world. This year is important for us - not just because we have been walking for 40 years, but because our needs have never been grater in the 7 decades of CROP Hunger Walks. 

This year, 2020 has been unprecedented and so difficult for so many people here in the US and around the world. Food insecurity, lack of clean water, proper sanitation, and safe shelter are all part of what people experience. 

Our contest allows students to express how they feel about such important issues. We believe that there are enough resources in the world to provide nutritious food and clean, safe water for everyone. Without these basics our human family can't survive.  
To celebrate CROP Walk's 40th Anniversary, we are asking for beautiful artwork from your students that they can do at home.  This is an easy one for teachers!  Have your students take a picture of their creation, whether it's on paper plates, poster, canvas, or chalk art on the driveway, and submit to redbankcropwalk@gmail.com. Please identify the school. This virtual Art Walk will feature your school's artwork on Red Bank CROPWalk's Instagram page and Facebook page.

 Any questions, please contact 
Monica Faett our Art Contest Chair redbankcropwalk@gmail.com

Pictured left to right: 
Judges Mil Kobrinski, Sister Donna D'Alia, 
and Art Contest Chair Monica Faett.

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