CRY Walk for Child Rights 2015

Our annual national CRY Walk for Child Rights event is being organized across 17 cities this year - bringing thousands of individuals together with the belief that 'Change is possible, because we will make it possible'. A big Thank You to all our volunteers, donors, teams & event sponsors for supporting CRY Walk 2015! Special thanks to our national sponsors, Air India, Star TV, TV Asia, India Abroad, Stratus, DTCC, Ultimate Vapor Source, Shani International & Mera Sangeet.

CRY Walk 2015 series was launched on the East Coast on 8/23 at the Riverside Park, NY where 40 people, including the Air India Team, walked & raised $17,000 for child rights. Students played a key role in raising $3,000 for the Philadelphia CRY Walk & 30 supporters gathered at the Dresher Road Park in Horsham PA on 9/12 to walk for child rights. It was a beautiful day on 9/13 at the Roosevelt Park in Edison, NJ where 85 walkers demonstrated their commitment to the cause, and also enjoyed the breakfast, yoga, dance classes, raising $18,000! 70 walkers and 7 Teams, including grandparents and little kids also walked together at the Chestnut Hill Reservoir, Boston for child rights raising $13,000 for CRY. Students led the 5k CRY Walk on 9/20 at Morrisville Park, Raleigh with over 30 people attending and raising $3,000 for underprivileged children, where the samosas & cookies were a bonus!

On the West Coast, over 170 adults & kids walked and ran for child rights on 8/29 at the Seward Park in Seattle raising approx $6,500! On 4/26, 35 supporters, specially high school & middle school students led by the Krovidi family walked for child rights at the Ken Mercer Sports Park at Pleasanton, CA & raised $2,700. Despite the rain, the CRY Walk at San Diego took place at the 4S Ranch Community Park on 10/4 in which 185 people participated in the 10k Run, 5k Run, 5k Walk, 1k Kids Dash, yoga sessions and the food! The event raised $15,000 for childrenís rights. Our Bay Area CRY Walk was also held on 10/4 at the Paseo Padre Park in Fremont, CA in which xxx people walked for child rights & raised $11,500. Do join us for the CRY Walk at Santa Monica Beach, LA on 11/8 and at Antelope Valley led by the Bhorde family in Palmdale on 11/14.

The CRY Walk at Atlanta on 9/12 at the SIMS Lake Park at Suwanee was attended by 110 walkers and raised $5,000 for child rights, with a strong presence of high school students! The Houston CRY Walk is being organized on 10/10 at the Lost Creek Park in Sugar Land, while College students will lead the 5k CRY Walk at the Texas A&M University Campus on 10/10 for a great cause & the Dallas CRY Walk will also take place on 10/10 at the Campion Trails, Mountain Creek Preserve in Dallas, TX for child rights! The Phoenix CRY Walk is being planned for 11/7 at the Arrowhead Park & the Austin CRY Walk will also be held on 11/15 at the Devine Lake Park, Leander, TX.

CRY Walk for Child Rights 2015

Here's the CRY Walk 2015 schedule:

Action Center Date Venue Event Teams Event Sponsors Website Link
Phoenix, AZ Nov 7 Arrowhead Park - - Phoenix Walk
Los Angeles Nov 8 Crescent Bay Park, Santa Monica Be the Change, Team Gunjan Studio Maesto Los Angeles walk
Antelope Valley, CA Nov 14 Kerr Park, Palmdale CRYAVwalk - Antelope Valley walk
Buffalo, NY Nov TBD - - walk
San Diego Oct 4 4S Ranch Sports Park - Soft HQ; San Diego walk
Bay Area Oct 4 Lake Elizabeth Park, Fremont Sunnygang Biryani Bowl, Road ID, Radio Zindagi, Shastha Foods, Young Explorers Bay Area walk
Houston Oct 10 Lost Creek Park, Sugar Land Team Memorial; Indira & Ravaliís Team; Good Karma; Stratford HS CGI, Radio Hungama, Knowlan, Rhythm India, HumtumDesi, Alings, Andhra Mirchi Radio, Music In The Box Houston walk
Texas A&M University Oct 10 Texas A&M University Campus - Chipotle, Taz Indian Cuisine, Pepsi Texas A&M University walk
Dallas Oct 10 Campion Trails Mountain Creek Preserve, Irving, TX - FunAsia, Grace and Grooves, Biwarchi Signature Dallas walk
Austin, TX Oct TBD - - Austin walk
Atlanta Sep 12 Sims Lake Park, Suwanee Team Arushi DelPhi Communications, Achieve High Points, Bawree, Ameri100, Dunkin Donuts, Nazeera Dawood, S3 Group Inc, Venkta Kutua Photography, Atlanta Healthcare, Global Academy Atlanta walk
Philadelphia Sep 12 Dresher Road Park, Horsham CRY All Stars; Team Shroff; Team Guptaís - Philadelphia walk
New Jersey Sep 13 Roosevelt Park, Edison Team Hope, Dream Walkers Indus American Bank, Whole Foods Montclair, Orator Academy, Shiamak, Ultimate Media, Bombay Bistro, Mehtani Restaurant Group, Insta Events New Jersey walk
Boston Sep 13 Chestnut Hill Reservoir, Brookline Mathworks, Boston University, Phitness Phreaks, Child Rights and Beyond, *YOU*couldMakeADifference, Kokas on the Loose, Team LV Mathworks, Synapse Boston walk
Raleigh Sep 21 Morris Community Park Team Renuka, Team, Pavan, Angelie Salunke, Ojesvii Sethe, Dimple, Unity in Diversity, Mrs. Fields Raleigh walk
Pleasanton, CA Apr 22 Ken Mercer Sports Park CRY FTW PwC Dollars for Doerís Pleasanton walk
New York Aug 23 Riverside Park, Manhattan CRY Costume Walk; Air India Team; UVS Team UVS/ Sol Trading, New York walk
Seattle Aug 29 Seward Park - - New York walk
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