2019 CROP Hunger Walk Summary
Thirteen faith communities participated
Total raised - $13,751.75
Team that raised the most money - South Congregational - $5,515.00
Individual walker who raised the most money - Cy Sherman - $3,170.00
CWS returned 25% of what we raised to the Interfaith Council to distribute to local programs. These programs received checks for $300.
*NOTE* The Interfaith Council supplemented the CROP funds to round up to the $300, and also made a $150 donations to the Rundlett Middle School Backpack Program & Merrimack Valley Backpack Program when the CROP Walk checks were distributed.
The Greater Concord Interfaith Council promotes understanding, peace, and respect. We affirm that what unites us is greater than what divides us. We work to create a respectful environment in which earnest people can explore our religious diversity through common worship, mutual education and community outreach.