Be the Cause

Six months from now…

Six months ago you volunteered at the 2008 Walk for Hope and helped make the event a HUGE success! Because of you, last year was our largest walk to date, with about a thousand walkers raising close to $15,000 for various non-profit organizations.
Thank you. It couldn’t have happened without you.

…and now we have a date for WFH 2009!
This year’s Walk will take place on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17–six months from now. If at any time during these next six months you hear, see, or experience something inspiring, please hold onto that thought! Then, when you have chance, take a moment to share that idea with us so that we can attempt to bring that inspiration to the 2009 Walk for Hope.

Ways to Get Involved alt

Join the Walk for Hope Group on our newly launched website:

Planning meetings will ramp up in June, but you can check the group for updates.

Submit a Quote
If there’s an inspirational quote that is especially meaningful to you,
submit it by May 15 and it will be considered for inclusion at this year’s Walk.  Please include the author’s full name.

Sign Up for a Team

An event of this magnitude needs strong leadership. There are nine different Walk for Hope teams: Publicity, Registration, Quotes, Entertainment, Registration, Food, Activity Stations, Booths, and Logistics. Role descriptions are listed here. If interested in leading a team, leave a comment in the discussion thread.

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How can we make the event more innovative and interactive? Past activity stations have included the Tree of Forgiveness, Random Act of Kindness Garden, and Letter to Yourself. Share your ideas here.

Website Development

Location: Virtual
Time Commitment: 2-10 hours per week
We’re looking for a volunteer who can give our current Walk for Hope website ( a complete overhaul. We have an idea of the changes we’d like to make, but lack the technological know-how.
Keep the inspiration flowing, and we’ll see you in six months!
-WFH Committee

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