Chapel Hill-Carrboro CROP Hunger Walk

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Crop Hunger Walk will not take place in person.

However, the need of those facing hunger daily are still here and will probably increase during this health crisis. Therefore, we are joining other Walks in planning a VIRTUAL CROP Hunger Walk. This means that you continue to set up and solicit donations on your online team page and share that information with team members and potential donors.




The 33rd annual VIRTUAL Chapel Hill-Carrboro CROP Hunger Walk is on Sunday, March 29, 2020

Who benefits?

The Church World Service, established in 1946, distributes 75% of the money from the CROP Hunger Walk to global hunger education, refugees, disaster relief, and self- help projects in more than 80 countries.  The remaining 25% of this walk supports IFC's Food Pantry and Community Kitchen.

Who walks?

 Carrboro and Chapel Hill area and neighboring religious communities, businesses, schools, non-profit agencies, organizations or any person who wants to contribute their time and/or money to help support those in need. 


How to help?     Become a walker, sponsor a walker, donate online at, visit us on Facebook, or share this info with your community.   

Contact the Chapel Hill/Carrboro CROP Hunger Walk Coordinator Mae McLendon at for more information.

Download the 2020 fact sheet, and share it with your friends, family and colleagues.