For 50 years, Americans have been stepping up to end hunger for people locally and around the world. Compassionate volunteers have participated in the CROP Hunger Walk because so many must walk to get food and water to survive. In doing so, they have inspired others to donate to end the crisis of hunger.
This is the 15th year that our Saint Spyridon Philoptochos is supporting this charitable event to raise our parishioners’ awareness and to raise funds for international relief and development. Our goal this year is to raise $2,500 and to have 50 walkers.
Join us for this year’s CROP Walk:
Families, strollers, dogs on leash are welcome
Saturday morning, October 5
8:30 a.m - register at King of Glory Lutheran Church (29th Street & Wilson Avenue) and turn in your CROP Walk donation envelope
9:00 a.m – walk east for 1 mile along 29th Street to Benson Sculpture Park (29th Street & Taft Avenue)
Rest, have refreshments at the park, then walk back to King of Glory Church
Give your support:
Checks/cash in Philoptochos “Donations for the Poor” box in narthex
CROP Walk donation envelopes (for walkers)
Saint Spyridon’s website: http://saintspyridon.church/giving.php
For more information please contact Diana Faaborg or Dalla Likes