CUAA social work students join the Ann Arbor community for the annual CROP Walk for Hunger.

On Sunday October 11th, students from two social work courses will join the Ann Arbor community in the annual CROP Walk for Hunger.

In the Gospel of Matthew, chapter 25 , Jesus says, “For I was hungry and you gave me food…” (ESV). When we love the least in society, we love Jesus.

This year’s event will begin with a virtual kick-off under the Manor tent at 2 p.m. with the walk following. The walk will take students over the highway and around to the other side of the river on the Border to Border Trail. Each student develops their own personal campaign page as part of the assignment and learns about this fundraising system.

The CUAA walk team has a set a goal of raising $500 for hunger but expect to surpass that goal.

The CUAA community is welcome to participate as a donor, as a walker or both. Visit our team fundraising page!

Visit Concordia University Ann Arbor’s program page to learn more about the bachelor’s in social work.

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