Facts for Action:

-1.3 billion people, 20% of the human family, live in absolute poverty with incomes of less than a dollar a day.  World Bank

- 828 million people are hungry - more than the population of the Western Hemisphere.  FAO

"The Crop Walk is a unique response to the needs of poor and hungry people in our own communities and around the world. And the spirit of cooperation that results when people of all faiths join together is both inspiring and invaluable."
           - Rev. Dennis Short, Harbor Christian Church, Newport Beach, CA

"After going to services, Crop Walk gives people the chance to turn outward, to put into practice what they have heard. Crop Walk makes it easy for all to get involved."
           - Rabbi Carl Astor, Congregation Beth El, New London, CT

Local Crop Walk

On March 19, 2006 Las Vegas Crop Walkers will walk two miles from the food bank at Christ Episcopal Church to the WEAP building (Weekend Emergency Assistance Program).

1:00 p.m. Registration, 1:30 p.m. WALK


Millions of people around the world walk long
distances every day. . . .
To get water for daily needs, To bring home food for their families
To find safe shelter in times of war or disaster To find wood for fuel and fodder for livestock To go to school To farm distant fields To take goods and produce to market To find medical care when illness strikesTODAY, MARCH 19, 2006:
1:00 p.m. Registration, 1:30 p.m. WALK

Coordinators: Bonnie Karch and Julie Buck
Bonnie's email:

Recruiter for Episcopal Crop Walkers: Bonnie Polley
Bonnie's e-mail:

Link to: Church World Services Crop Walk Page