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.
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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.
Greater Concord Interfaith Council
PO Box 362
Concord, New Hampshire 03302-0362