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2020 Bryan-College Station VIRTUAL CROP Hunger Walk

Sunday, November 15

Our CROP Hunger Walk is virtual this year, but the need could not be more real. In this time of a global pandemic, hunger and poverty are increasing throughout the world and in our own community.  Please join us as we walk "together but apart" to raise funds to end hunger one step at a time, worldwide through Church World Service and in our own community through the Brazos Church Pantry.   

Sign up a Walk Team from your church or organization, designate a team captain and start recruiting walkers at crophungerwalk.org/bryantx

(There is no in-person registration this year.)

To keep everyone safe and healthy, members of our Walk Teams will be either walking alone, with immediate family or in small socially-distanced groups. 

3:00 pm VIRTUAL OPENING on Facebook Live


Choose your starting point (your neighborhood, a city park,

church parking lot, Texas A&M Campus, etc.).

Choose your distance.

Team Captain Virtual Rally: Tuesday October 13 at 6:00 pm on Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83342238822

Kevin Murphy of Church World Service will share important information with us about how a virtual walk works, and how our participation is needed for our vulnerable neighbors now more than ever.

For more information, please contact:

Carolyn Jaros, Event Coordinator (carolyn.jaros@gmail.com, 979-220-1038)

or Lewis Ford, Treasurer (a-ford@tamu.edu, 979-324-2971).

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