CROP Hunger Walk

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2017

37th Annual Thurston County CROP Hunger Walk

Sunday, May 7th

Recruiter “Rally”
featuring updated resources, training & supplies for Team leaders & Recruiters
Saturday, February 25th – 10:00 a.m.
First United Methodist Church
1224 Legion Way SE
Olympia, WA
Register now as a Walker or Team, or Donate

 http://www.crophungerwalk.org/olympiawa/


The 2016 Thurston CROP Hunger Walk was a great success!

More than 400 people walked or ran to raise money for hunger relief locally, nationally and globally – and together you raised $34,220.82!

Thank you for your concern and support for our neighbors in need.

  • The Artisian Rumble Arkestra at Thurston CROP Walk 2016, Sunday, May 1.
  • Some of our great walkers at Thurston CROP Walk 2016, Sunday, May 1.
  • Thurston CROP Walk 2016, Sunday, May 1.
  • Thurston CROP Walk 2016, Sunday, May 1.
  • Thurston CROP Walk 2016, Sunday, May 1.
  • Thurston CROP Walk 2016, Sunday, May 1.
  • Thurston CROP Walk 2016's featured speaker Srey Ryser on Sunday, May 1.
  • Thurston CROP Walk 2016, Sunday, May 1.

CropLogoPeople from every faith tradition and walk of life are concerned about hunger. Interfaith Works co-sponsors the Thurston County CROP HUNGER WALK each year on the first Sunday of May.

Volunteer walkers raise funds for local hunger-relief organizations and to fund humanitarian projects around the world.

Local Recipients
Every year, 25% of the funds raised go to local feeding programs chosen by the CROP HUNGER WALK committee. In recent years, local recipients have included:

First Baptist Church — Sunday Dinner Feeding Ministry
Meals on Wheels Senior Nutrition Program, Senior Services for South Sound
GRuB
Salvation Army / Olympia Community Kitchen
St. Benedict’s Community Dinner Program
St. Vincent DePaul Society
Thurston County Food Bank

Global Recipients

Our CROP Hunger Walk shows our love and active concern for neighbors in need near and far, raising awareness and funds to change the world in real and measurable ways — digging wells that will bring clean water to villages; providing seeds and tools so that people can grow their own food; helping communities and families rebuild after disaster; and refugee resettlement. Whether it’s responding to flood and tornado damage in parts of the U.S., or helping to rebuild earthquake-damaged homes in Haiti, Chile, and Japan, CROP Hunger Walks are making a difference.

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