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Walk a Mile in My Shoes


$1,570 raised of $10,000 goal
15.7% Complete
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Campaign Ends Nov. 23, 2019
  • Campaign

Join 1JustCity for a walk around Osborne Village from the perspective of their guests - using Just a Warm Sleep in the winter months or Oak Table's lunch time meal program all year round. 

Register here and then sign up to raise funds with your own personalized site. 

Or just come out for the learning!  

Learn more about your community and raise funds so no one has to walk miles in minus 40 to find shelter. Gather pledges if you want to grow the impact you'll have on your neighbours in need! 

You'll get to walk yourself with our one page explanation of the stops, or join a group with a walking lead who will make sure you know the way to each site. 

All the ways lives change for the better at 1JustCity sites starts with a plate or a pillow both of which your generosity provides! Thanks for being so compassionate and taking time to Walk a Mile in someone else's shoes. 

People who give to your walk will help you make sure at least 35 people will have a warm place to stay this winter with access to basic services like showers, laundry and a mental health first aider.

At 1JustCity we love people where they're at - are as low barrier as possible. The funds you raise will make sure someone who doesn't have a family or many friends has a place that they connect with others and feel valued. 

Your walk and those who donate to your walk will help Jason, a homeless youth, can sleep inside safely because Nugget, his gigantic dog is allowed at his feet! 

Your walk and those who donate to your walk will support Kaitlyn to learn new skills as an intern, challenge her own prejudices about people experiencing poverty and get the skills she needs to have a good job so she can support her two young kids. 

Event schedule 

9 am Registration 

10 am Opening Remarks 

10:10 am Tour Leads Depart 

During your walk  - a sweet tooth satisfier! 

12 pm Closing remarks