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Congregational Church of the Chimes Hosting Interfaith Walk to End Hunger

Money raised is used to help needy people around the world, and up to 25 percent is slated to be distributed to local agencies in the San Fernando Valley.

The Congregational Church of the Chimes in Sherman Oaks is hosting the 37th annual San Fernando Valley CROP walk on Sunday, an event that plans ot raise thousands of dollars to help the Valley Interfaith Council and Church World Service combat hunger in the Valley and around the world.

Money raised by CROP Hunger Walks nationwide is used to help needy people around the world, and up to 25 percent is slated to be distributed to local agencies in the San Fernando Valley that battle hunger.

Registration for the walk begins at 12:30 p.m. and the walk begins at 1:30 p.m.

Patch columnist Linda Rubin paid a visit to last year's walk, check out the story and attached video:

  • Congregational Church of the Chimes Hosts Interfaith Walk to End Hunger

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