Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee

GREATER MILWAUKEE CROP HUNGER WALK
Photos by Mary Jane Huber

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ABOUT CROP HUNGER WALK

Interfaith prayer by
Rabbi Marcey Rosebaum

DSHA Volunteers


Carmen High School Volunteers


MATC Economics Students

Marquette Univ. HS. Volunteers

CROP Walk walkers

Nearly 500 adults and children of diverse faiths, cultures and races participate in 30th Annual Greater Milw. CROP Hunger Walk

Bolstered by warm breezes and sunny skies, the Interfaith Conference's 30th Annual Greater Milwaukee CROP Hunger walk drew an estimated crowd of nearly 500 or more adults and children to the Milwaukee lakefront on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 11, 2015.

A total of 15,100 pounds of food was collected for the Hunger Task Force, and $31,400 in pledge donations was tallied in the ensuing weeks for international/national hunger, disaster relief and anti-poverty efforts.

People from dozens of congregations, schools and organizations brought 6,000 pounds of food for the Hunger Task Force to McKinley Park, walked 2-mile or 5-mile routes and enjoyed lively music from the Salsabrosa Dance Company and the Mariachi Zamora band. Balloon hats, corn-husk crafts, a fun obstacle course and various donated snacks added to the afternoon's celebratory spirit.

A big thank you to St. Alphonsus Catholic Church in Greendale, which collected an additional 9,000 pounds of nonperishable food at the church site for the CROP Walk,

In addition, Concordia University in Mequon collected 106 pounds of nonperishable food from students, staff and faculty as part of our CROP Hunger Walk effort.

AND...Tikkun Ha-Ir of Milwaukee collected more than 100 pounds of fresh produce at the lakefront walk site as part of a first-time effort to use the CROP Hunger Walk to improve the diets of food pantry clients by having people bring produce from their gardens or from the store. The Hunger Task Force distributed the produce. This was an extension of Tikkun Ha-Ir's success Surplus Harvest Milwaukee project and will be repeated for the 2016 Greater Milwaukee CROP Hunger Walk.

Dozens of volunteers from area schools and congregations helped make this year's walk a success.

Some 70% of donations go to Church World Service or other designated international agencies to address hunger, provide disaster relief and foster economic development. The remainder helps fund the walk itself and some local outreach.


CROP Walk
Site & Parking


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THANK YOU 2015
Walkers and Volunteers

Money and Food Collected in 2015
Funds Raised: Congregations and groups collect & submit donations through November
Food Collected: 15,100 lbs.

Thank you all for your generous support.

PARTICIPATING GROUPS


+ Zion United Church of Christ
Whitnall Park Lutheran Church 16
Wauwatosa Avenue
United Methodist Church
3
UWM 2
Underwood Memorial Baptist Church 2
St. Stephen the Martyr Lutheran Church 1
St. Stephen Catholic Congregation 1
+ St. Paul's Lutheran Church
St. Michael's Catholic Church 8
St. Mark's Episcopal Church 4
+ St. Mark Evangelical Lutheran Church
St. Joan Antida High School 12
St. Francis of Assisi Fraternity 9
St. Florian and Holy Assumption Parish 1
+ St. Alphonsus Catholic Church
St. Agnes Church 16
South Milwaukee United Methodist Church 14
St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church 1
+ Sisters of the Divine Savior
Sikh Temple of Wisconsin-
Oak Creek
15
Secular Order of Franciscans 1
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church 6
Our Lord's United Methodist Church 7
Our Lady of Lourdes Church 2
Oak Creek Community United Methodist Church 7
North Shore Presbyterian Church 1
Milwaukee Friends Meeting (Quakers) 4
MATC Economics Class 40
MAT 1
Lutheran Campus Ministry -
UW-Milwaukee
10
Lake Park Lutheran 1
Kingo Lutheran 12
Kenwood United Methodist Church 17
Islamic Society of Mllwaukee 5
+ Islamic Environmental Group WI2
Immanuel Presbyterian Church 21
Greenfield High School 1
Greenfield Avenue Presbyterian Church 3
Grace Presbyterian Church 8
Good Shepherd Trinity Church 10
+ First United Methodist Church Youth Group – West Allis
+ First Unitarian Society
First Congregational United Church of Christ 7
+ Emanuel United Church of Christ
Divine Savior Holy Angels High School 14
Congregation Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun 2
+ Concordia University
Christ the Victor Lutheran Church 4
Christ Church United Church of Christ 9
Central United Methodist Church 9
+ Calvary United Methodist Church
Brown Deer United Church of Christ 6
Bethel-Bethany United Church of Christ 3
Assurant Health Team 4
Apostle Presbyterian Church 1
All Saints Cathedral Episcopal 5
All People's Church 9
Albright United Methodist Church 5
+ Adoration Lutheran Church
Abiding Savior Lutheran Church 7

+ group did not walk but donated food, money or both.


VOLUNTEERS

GROUPS
Divine Savior Holy Angels H.S. Students

Marquette Univ. H.S. Students

Prof. Jim Carpenter &
MATC Economics Students

Congregation Shalom

The Corner House -
Lutheran Campus MInistry UWM

Native American Students Movement

Carmen High School

St. Rose & St. Michael's Congregations

Divine Savior Holy Angels

INDIVIDUALS

Estela B.
Aliah D.
Cory K.
Madison K
Percy D.
Percy D.
Katie H.

Christina R.

Sean G.
Estella B.
Willie W.

Ann R.
Olga R.
Raul S.
Terry L.



Ina Onilu Drum & Dance Esemble

Ceol Cairde (Music of Friends)
playing Irish music at 2014 CROP Walk

BENEFICIARIES


THANK YOU SPONSORS & DONORS

MAIL A DONATION TODAY

Make check payable to:

CWS/CROP or other international relief agency of donor's choice

Mail check to:

Interfaith Conference
Attn: CROP Hunger Walk
5409 W. Vliet St.

Milwaukee, WI 53208

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