Our walk-a-thon is a fun and fit activity for Adults and Children, with everyone reaching for their personal best distance. Participants set realistic lap goals based on age and development. Drinks and lunch will be provided, and each participant will receive a token of participation.
Our goal is to help the fundraising committee raise at least $10,000 for our chapter’s Education Fund. We hope that families will join together to participate in the walk-a-thon to the best of their ability. If each family or participant raises $500.00, we will achieve our goal. We’re hoping to make this walk-a-thon the best ever, so the more contributions raised, the more successful we’ll be at achieving our goal. Thank you very much for your participation!
Join us as we celebrate his great legacy and continue to build the unification Asa Philip Randolph dedicated his life to achieve.
Asa Philip Randolph was born April 15, 1889, in Crescent City, Fla. Randolph (1889-1979) was the greatest black labor leader in American history and the father of the modern American civil rights movement.. With a revolutionary philosophy on nonviolent protest and mass action Randolph inspired the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s.
Learn More at: https://www.apriseattle.org/history