CROP Hunger Walk, Sept. 27


Because of the challenges from the COVID-19 this year’s Wake Forest CROP Hunger Walk will be virtual with the teams having the option of Micro Walks. 

On Sept. 27 at 2 p.m., participants will walk throughout Wake Forest – on the greenway, at Joyner Park, in neighborhoods or parking lots, up & down North Main Street, in their home or yard. 

Walkers will be urged to text, call, video chat or even go “live” on Facebook to stay connected with others who are walking. 

To join a team or as an individual walker or donate at go to  or contact Maggie Andersen at or
(919) 605-7463.

Proceeds from the CROP Hunger Walk goes toward fighting hunger and food insecurity.

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