2017 Cropwalk UPDATE!
Our next CROP Hunger Walk will be on Saturday, September 29. 2018 Save the Date!
There is a New England CROP Hunger Walk Leadership Day on Saturday, March 24, from 9:30 am – 3:00 pm in Holden, MA. The event is open to all CROP Hunger Walk organizers and recruiters, as well as those with an interest in learning more or getting involved for the first time. There is no charge, but you do need to register so they have a head count. https://necld2018.eventbrite.com
33rd CROP WALK - October 7th, 2017
Dear CROP Recruiters, Team Captains, other volunteers and all our walkers,
Thank you for your participation in this year's CROP walk!!
We still have a few outstanding walker envelopes to collect, and donations can still be made online for at least another month. So the numbers below will go up, and our “top fundraisers” list could change. But here’s where we are now. Please share this good news with your faith communities.
Cash and checks turned in at the walk $5582.74
Donations made online $4716.00
(Note that on walk day last year we had raised $9161, and our final total was $11, 474.25. So we are $1137 ahead of where we were at this time last year. Wouldn’t it be great if the trend continues and we exceed our 2016 total!)
Top individual fundraiser (as of 10.7.17):
Cy Sherman, South Congregational - $1475
Top 5 teams (as of 10.7.17):
Concord Quaker Meeting - $1586
South Congregational - $1500
East Congregational - $1302
Unitarian Universalist- $931
Boscawen Congregational- $849.53
I will send out individual team totals when all the outstanding envelopes have been received and counted.
Today we raised money to help with international, domestic, and local needs. (Remember that 25% of our total will be returned to the Interfaith Council for distribution to local food programs.) Thanks to all of you for a job well done!
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