5K Walk to Stop Child Trafficking

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Why Walk

Join thousands nationwide as we walk this September to stop child sex slavery. By walking, YOU are making an impact in your city and across the nation by raising awareness and valuable funds needed in the fight against this crime. Thank you for joining communities across America as we take one step closer to stopping child slavery!

Where/When

  • Multnomah University
  • Saturday, September 22, 2012
  • 9:30am

Registration

Registration is now open. All paid registrants ($25 fee) who register 2 weeks prior to the event date will receive an exclusive walk day t-shirt. Children 12 & under can still register for free, with an option to purchase a t-shirt during registration. Click Register Now for more information.

Questions

Please contact your Community Ambassador, Chelan Rene' Russ at Portland@sctnow.org, or call the National Office at 212-333-SCTN (7286).

 

One Response to “5K Walk to Stop Child Trafficking”

Singer/songwriter Luke Dowler will be in concert in NE Portland Sunday, October 7th. Luke is known for his video “Silence is Shameful which addresses the issue of human trafficking head on.” 70 percent of the Itunes proceeds of this song go to International Justice Mission. Multnomah students, alum and everyone else are welcome to come check out this free concert.

Oct. 7
6:30pm
6701 NE Prescott St.