ShelterWalk2.0! The Next Level!

September 16th - 23rd

 

 

We can't walk together, 

but we can join in a common cause!

For this virtual event you decide how you want to participate—walk, run, bike or swim. 

 

Join Where You Are!

Social Distance with a Friend!

Complete your distance (5K) in one day or throughout the week from September 16th - the 23rd. 

 

To join in, take these steps:

1.   Register today

2.   ♥ Build your team and giving power by letting people know why it matters to you. 

3.   Fundraise using our platform 

4.   Or contact Wendy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for other donation options.

 

Our mission is the same— to provide for people taking steps to improve their quality of life. Funds will support our Shelter and Homelessness Prevention programs, and fulfill other critical needs.  

 

It's free to register and participate! Donations or fundraising for us are highly encouraged so that we can continue to provide critical services to the community. 

#ShelterWalk2point0

 

To Resigster: https://www.firstgiving.com/event/CommunityCareAlliance/ShelterWalk-2-0

To Donate: https://www.communitycareri.org/GetInvolved/DonateNow.aspx

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