CROP Walk - Sunday, October 12th, 2014


Trinity is a participant in the Annual CROP Walk for Hunger


The annual Washtenaw/Ann Arbor CROP Hunger Walk takes place in the fall, usually during the first part of October. Trinity has a long history of strong support of the CROP walk. both from walkers and sponsors.  CROP stands for ‘Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty’.  25% of the proceeds stay in Washtenaw County going to such worthy local projects as IHN/Alpha House, the St. Andrews’ breakfast program, Hope Clinic, and others. The rest helps Church World Service fight hunger and poverty and aid refugees in over 80 countries around the world. “We walk because they walk” - in solidarity and in unity. 

Please join the Trinity CROP walkers this year!

We would love to have you walk with us. Cool

 CROP_Walk_graphic_01.jpgThe 2014 Walk supports the following local groups:

* SOS Community Services
* Packard Health
* Community Action Network
* Avalon Housing
* Emmanuel House
* Hope Clinic
* The Breakfast at St. Andrew's
* Growing Hope
* Full Circle
* Northfield Community Services
* Aid in Milan
* Catholic Social Services
* Muslim Social Services: the Backdoor Food Pantry
* Love Thy Neighbor-First United Methodist Church of Ann Arbor
* Brown Chapel A.M.E.-Good Samaritan Program