Community supports Indian Valley CROP Walk
Community members came out to support hunger-fighting efforts both internationally and locally as the 34th annual Indian Valley CROP Walk took place in Souderton Sunday, Oct. 14.
The walk began at Souderton Mennonite Church, and participants could chose between 5K and 1-mile routes. The walk took participants through the food pantry at Keystone Opportunities Center, where they could drop off donations.
For the first time this year, Keystone partnered with Generations of Indian Valley, with Generations hosting an hour-long Rock-A-Thon.
The CROP Walk raises funds for Church World Services’ efforts to end hunger, with 25 percent of funds going to the local Meals on Wheels program.
Paige Hunsicker listens as Carolyn Self, assistant regional director of Greater MidAtlantic Region East with Church World Service, starts off the CROP Walk in Souderton Oct. 14.
Walkers follow the three-mile route for the CROP Walk in Souderton Sunday, Oct. 14.