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posted by Robert DeVet in on Jun 22, 2013 - View profile

Halifax

Get Pumped to End Violence Against Women


12:00pm
- 2:30pm
Tuesday June 25 2013

Venue: Scotia Square
Cost: $30

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June 25, 2013
Start: Noon at Scotia Square Mall
Finish: 1:00 at World Trade & Convention Centre
All walkers must fund-raise or pay at least $30 to participate in this event. Your $30 donation is tax receiptable, secures your registration in the Walk A Mile event, and counts towards your overall fund raising goal of $500.
 

YWCA Halifax's Walk A Mile In Her Shoes combines big hearts with big feet, and brings the whole community together for a great cause. The event premise is simple; men walk a few blocks in women's shoes, raising eyebrows, funds and awareness of our work to end violence against women. Say yes, sign the anti-violence pledge, and get pumped to end violence against women. Step up today.

From violence to resilience. You can make a difference in three easy steps: 
 

1. SAY YES.   2. RAISE FUNDS. 3. GET PUMPED

Event Details
Shoes and lunch provided to all registered walkers.  

June 25, 2013
Event time: Noon - 1:00 pm. 
Registered walkers will 'Get Pumped' at Scotia Square Mall & walk very carefully through the mall, outside & off to the World Trade & Convention Centre. Here, walkers will have the opportunity to sign our anti-violence pledge, rest their feet & enjoy a seated lunch. 

 

"It's not easy just to leave. It takes money and support and that you need a safe place to go. I was able to leave a bad situation and make a safe environment for myself and my kids." - Susan, December 6th Fund Recipient

 


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