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Kiowa's CROP Hunger Walk raises just over $1000 – still accepting donations

Funds used to help end hunger and poverty worldwide

 

October 13, 2021

Yvonne Miller

On a pleasant fall afternoon Sunday, this group from Kiowa did the annual CROP Hunger Walk: (from left) Pam Green, Deb Helfrich, Ron Allenbach, Carra and Mike Mayberry, Max McGee, Judy Schrock, Erica Hutson and her son Grady.

Did you know that in third world countries the average distance a woman walks for water daily is 3.7 miles?

That distance is significant for the annual national CROP Hunger Walk. In October individuals and groups come together in their local community to walk 3.7 miles to raise money to help end hunger and poverty worldwide.

For every step taken and every dollar raised for neighbors in need help is provided. The money raised helps people help themselves by providing clean water systems, emergency food as well as stable livelihoods and access to education. That's according to the CROP Walk...



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