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Walk In Their Shoes 2021

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Walk In Their Shoes 2021

WITS is The Center for Sexual Assault Survivors' largest fundraiser of the year. This year we are going virtual!

It is a walk of solidarity to show survivors that we believe you & we support you, no matter who you are or what your story.

It's a march to bring awareness of these issues to our community and to give hope and resources on how we can end sexual violence together.

Sexual violence is an issue that affects all groups of people from all walks of life. We want our event to be reflective of that diversity.

Help us provide services for those whose lives have been affected by sexual violence. Your donation provides free individual crisis counseling, support groups, a 24-hour crisis line, advocacy, and violence prevention efforts.

There will be online entertainment the day of the event you don't want to miss!

How can I participate?

Walk, run, skip, or roll your way down the path to the finish line. 

Participate in the virtual Mini-Walks leading up to the main event and get others to join your team!

Wear shoes that represent the survivor(s) you're marching for. 

Inspire others to donate to your team & compete for a top fundraiser trophy. 

Test your luck in our raffles. 

Have fun participating in activities.

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When
Saturday April 10th
9:30 AM

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WITS is The Center for Sexual Assault Survivors' largest fundraiser of the year.

It is a walk of solidarity to show survivors that we believe you & we support you, no matter who you are or what your story.

It's a march to bring awareness of these issues to our community and to give hope and resources on how we can end sexual violence together.

Sexual violence is an issue that affects all groups of people from all walks of life. We want our event to be reflective of that diversity.


Help us provide services for those whose lives have been affected by sexual violence. Your donation provides free individual crisis counseling, support groups, a 24-hour crisis line, advocacy, and violence prevention efforts.

Posted by CENTER FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVORS