CRY Connecticut Walk 2011
Have you ever wondered what is feels to be denied your basic rights? Millions of children in India live a life deprived of their essential human rights - to food, water, shelter, healthcare, education and equal opportunity. It is a fact and not an exaggeration that 10,000 children die every single day in India. Come, be part of this unique opportunity to create a lasting change in the lives of these children, living thousands of miles away from you. Walk for a cause with a pledge to make a difference.
This year's Child Rights walk at Connecticut will be held at the scenic Mortensen Riverfront Plaza in Downtown Hartford on 25th June. The event includes a non competitive 2.5k walk starting at 9:00 AM. T-Shirts, variety of snacks and refreshing drinks will be available for event participants! Event features exciting raffles and fun activities for kids.
2.5K walk starts at 9:00 AM and the event is open until 12:00 PM
- Online registrations are now open! Click on the "Event Registration" button to register
- Registration at venue from 9:00 AM on 25th June
- Registration fee per person - $10.00
- Registration for Couples - $18.00
- Registration for Family of four - $35.00
- Registration for Team of 5 and more - $8.00 per person
Become a Walk Fundraiser:
The resources raised through CRY Walk 2011 will be utilized to partner child development projects in India and USA. We urge you to take a walk in the right direction and help us in this cause. If you would like to set up a fundraising page – just click the "Become a Fundraiser" badge! Customize your personal fundraising page and email it out to friends, family and co-workers and ask them to make a contribution on your fundraising page - thank you and good luck on your fundraising campaign!
CRY Walk 2011:
CRY Walk for Child Rights is in its seventh year and is being organized across 15 Cities this year – this is one of our efforts to bring together people from all walks of life who want to be part of a movement to ensure that underprivileged children attain their rights to a healthy childhood.