Tuesday, January 19, 2016



The Evansville Area CROP Hunger Walk is looking for a Social Media manager. This is a volunteer position that will promote the CROP Hunger Walk through Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and email. If you are interested, please contact Rev. Michael Erwin, mberwin@gmail.com

Saturday, January 2, 2016

Evansville CROP Walk - 2015 Final Total $$


THANK YOU - EVERY ONE OF YOU - for making this the biggest CROP Walk in a number of years!

And THANK YOU for getting your donations in before year-end, so that we can report a final total to you for the 2015 Evansville Area CROP Walk for Hunger.

The final total for the 2015 CROP Walk is: $12,210.29!!!

Now, please save OCTOBER 29, 2016, for the 2016 CROP Walk. We hope to see you there.

Thanks and Happy New Year to you and your family,

Phil

 

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

An exclusive video for you from CROP




Church World Service

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Dear friend,

With only a few days left in 2015, I want to share some thoughts with you about the year and give you a "sneak peek" at how you can change more lives in 2016.

Please watch this brief new video, made exclusively for CWS friends like you!

Gratefully,
Rev. John L. McCullough
Rev. John L. McCullough
President and CEO



Monday, November 30, 2015

Give the gift of fishing lessons!

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Photo: Paul Jeffrey/CWS
 
I am sure you know the old adage, "Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will eat forever."

Tomorrow is Giving Tuesday, a day to give back to the causes that matter to us – and I know that fighting poverty and injustice matters to you.

So while you are shopping for Cyber Monday deals on great gifts today, I am asking you to pause and consider giving the gift of "fishing lessons."

You know that through CWS, you provide emergency aid to people in crisis, like the flooding in Myanmar (Burma) in October. But you also know that your support creates lasting solutions for families and whole communities plagued by poverty – solutions that are tailored to their individual needs, and that can even help them become more resilient if disaster does strike.

Mark your calendar for Giving Tuesday tomorrow, and give a gift that will change lives today and far into the future!

Yours in service,
Rev. John L. McCullough
Rev. John L. McCullough
President and CEO

P.S. You don't have to wait until Giving Tuesday to change lives! Get started today if you prefer.
GIVE NOW

Friday, November 20, 2015

CROP Walk total now at $11,234.48

The CROP Walk total now stands at $11,234.48!

Please send in any donations by December 1st so that we can send a final report to Church World Service before the end of the year.

Thanks for your work on the walk.
  

Make checks payable to:  CWS/CROP and send them to:
                     Ms Sandra Hoy
                     217 Cherry Street
                     Evansville, IN 47713
Thanks, 

Phil

Monday, November 2, 2015

CROP Walk Totals

Thanks to all of you who participated in the CROP Hunger Walk on Saturday. The total turned in thus far is $10,205.48 and we have been told more is coming in.

Al Spillman, to whom the walk was dedicated this year, raised $4,534.75 and his family walking as a group added 413.36. WOW!

We will keep you posted as more contributions are received.

Phil

Rev. Philip Hoy, O.S.L. 
217 Cherry Street 
Evansville, IN 47713 
812 437 9295

Saturday, October 31, 2015

Today is the CROP Walk

The Evansville Area CROP Walk for Hunger is today at Simpson United Methodist Church. Registration begins at 9 AM, and the Walk begins at 10 AM.

Rain or Shine, we are walking for those who suffer hunger everyday. Bring an umbrella - there's a 40% chance of rain during the Walk.

We walk because they walk.

CROP Walking...

CROP Walking...