CROP Walk 2013
Sunday, October 27, 2013
Sponsored by the
Greater Nashua Interfaith Council
Save the date for the 29th annual Greater Nashua CROP Walk! Sunday, October 27, 2013. This year, First Church is providing the coordination for what we hope will be another successful Walk.
Last year, over 312 walkers from various Nashua area faith communities raised over $40,617. Since 1985, over $908,000. has been raised.
Twenty-five percent of the funds generated by the Walk go to support local agencies that help to provide relief to those who struggle daily with the issues of poverty and hunger. The local recipients for the 2012 Walk were Nashua Soup Kitchen/Shelter, John Neumann Food Pantry, Corpus Christi, and Salvation Army.
The CROP Walk will be hosted by Temple Beth Abraham, which is located on 4 Raymond St., Nashua. Registration begins at noon, the opening worship is at 1:00 p.m., and the Walk begins at 1:30 p.m.
The Walk route, which winds through downtown Nashua and Mines Falls, is approximately six miles long. An alternative route of approximately three miles is available for families with small children. Both routes begin and end at Temple Beth Abraham.
The Walk concludes with a Celebration Gathering that includes a cookout and musical entertainment.
If you would like more information about this year’s CROP Walk or are interested in volunteering to help on the day of the Walk, contact
Don Eaves: 603-494-1416 or [email protected]
Rev. Jeff Evans: 603-882-4861 or [email protected].
Information and online pledging is also available at www.churchworldservice.org (Click on the CROP Walk button).
For updates on the Nashua CROP Walk you can also go to www.nashuacropwalk.blogspot.com
A walk with friends and neighbors on a Sunday afternoon can make a big difference in the lives of people in Greater Nashua and around the world!