Munster Indiana Walk 2009
If life is a race, some children start last. Underprivileged and marginalized, millions of India’s children are deprived of their basic human rights – to food, water, shelter, health care and education. Come, be part of this unique opportunity to create a lasting change in the lives of millions of marginalized children in India, living thousands of miles away from you. We need your support – register for the event, donate, become a fundraiser, help with event sponsorships or become a team captain!
The events (includes 5k Walkathon, and then following the walkathon: Henna Tatoos, Laughter Yoga, Raffle, Blood pressure screening, children activities)
All participants will receive an attractive CRY T-shirt
A variety of skill levels are invited to participate in this year’s Munster CRY Walk event.
5k Walk will start time at 9:30 am. followed by has Henna Tatoos, Laughter Yoga, Raffle, Blood pressure screening, Children activities. Free shirts will be available at the event and teams of 10 or more who register in advance may submit a logo for the back of the shirt.
Walk Registration Fees:
Adults - $15; Students - $10; Family $10/per participating member and Children under age 12 - free with every participating adult
- Online registration will close on Sep 18th @11:59pm.
Become a Walk Fundraiser:
The resources raised through CRY Walk 2009 will be utilized to partner child development projects in India and USA. We urge you to take a walk in the right direction!
If would like to set up a Fundraising Page – just click the "become a Fundraiser" badge on this page! 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!
Note to Families: Families and strollers are welcome to participate in the Walk. We encourage children to be a part of this event.
About CRY Walk 2009: CRY Walk for Child Rights is in its sixth 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.