GOSHEN — Goshen will join roughly 2,000 cities and towns across the country this year to end hunger one step at a time.
Goshen’s 2014 CROP Hunger Walk hopes to draw 20 walkers and raise $2,000 to help stop hunger and poverty Sunday, May 4, at Shanklin Park off of S.R. 119. Last year’s event included more than 100 participants who raised $9,000.
Registration begins at 1 p.m., and the walk starts at 2 p.m.
CROP walkers often wear T-shirts, proclaiming solidarity with the millions of people nationwide served by local food pantries, food banks and meal sites. Funds raised at the walk will benefit The Window in Goshen and global programs organized by Church World Service.
For more information, call The Window communications director Scarlett Garrison at (574) 533-9680.