On Sunday, October 11, twenty Concordia University Ann Arbor students, staff and families participated in the Ann Arbor CROP Walk for Hunger annual event.

CROP walk participants take a photo by the Huron River.

We each walked 2.5 miles or collectively 50 miles.

The CROP Walk is managed by Church World Service (CWS) and began in 1947 addressing food insecurity around the globe.

Our local CUAA team fundraising goal was $500. We raised $1,095 toward hunger relief locally and internationally! Thank you to all the students, staff, and families who supported and participated in this worthy event.

Want to learn more about CUAA’s Social Work program? Visit our website or get in touch with BSW Program Director Eric Shanburn.

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