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2012 WATW (5K) Walk a Thon (Helping Communities)
Saturday, December 1, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM (EST)
Talk a little, walk and make a BIG difference in the lives of adults and children in our local South Florida Community. This years event features a 5K (3.1 miles) Walkathon which will raise funds to provide programs and services to those in need. Bring your family, friends and co-workers for an exciting day in support of a very important cause....help strengthen our communities.
WHAT TO WEAR
Comfortable clothing & Sneakers
WHAT TO BRING
A valid ID for registration check in
A camera. For memories that you will want to share.
Parking $6 at the gate (We encourage car pooling)
*Water, Coffee and pastries will be provided free of charge to participants before the walk via local donors* (as supplies last)
Sorry, No Refunds
*If you are not able to attend the event, but would still like to donate, please use the donation only option above.
When & Where
Women at the Well Ministries Inc.
Established in 1993, WATW ministries is a holistic organization that has consistently kept to our original purpose to Mentor, Teach, and Train women and families within our local communities to maximize their potential and confront challenges that have crippled them in the past. A few of our accomplishments include the creation of the LPEP program in 2007 at the Chapman Center which provided life skills enrichment training to various homeless men and women, the creation of the Kidz Zone program which provides homeless children with an outlet of performance based expression, the creation of a week long Summer Camp, as well as our various collaborations with the Department of Health in our past Health Fair. We are looking to expand in 2013 to create new initiatives to adapt to the changing needs in our local communities. By supporting this Walk-a-thon you will be taking an active part in helping make the lives of our local families better.