Pace Grande Prairie - Walk a Mile in Her Shoes®: The International Men's March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault & Gender Violence

par Pace Community Support, Sexual Assault, and Trauma Centre

  • vendredi, 12 mai 2017 de 11:00 Matin à 12:00 Après-midi (HAR)
  • The Community Village Parking Lot 10116 102 Avenue, Grande Prairie, AB T8V 1A1

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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® is a pledge based fundraising and public awareness campaign that sees participants literally walk a mile in high heelss to raise community awareness around issues of sexualized violence against women. This event creates an atmosphere of openness and fun that helps encourage dialogue around a subject that can often be difficult to talk about while encouraging men in our communities to be allies in the fight against sexual violence.

The funds and awareness generated through this campaign ensure that victims of trauma and abuse have access to the counseling and support services they need, including the Sexual Violence Treatment Program and the Child Abuse Program.

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We strongly encourage Men to register as individuals or as part of a team, however registration and participation is open to all members of the community who wish to raise funds in support of Pace.


Registration is $25 per participant and includes refreshments courtesy of Tim Horton's, a Swag Bag and Event T-shirt, and a BBQ Lunch. Shoe rental is also included and available on a first come, first serve basis, as quantities are limited. Registration can be paid and completed online through our CanadaHelps page, or in person at the Pace Office by Cash, Credit/Debit, or Cheque payable to Pace during regular office hours. Pace is located at 10031 103 Avenue, Grande Prairie and is open Monday through Friday from 8:30AM to 4:30PM, and closed over the lunch hour. Registration Forms are available at the office or you can download them here:

WAM 2017 Registration Form

All participants must register prior to participating in the walk. Register as an individual or as part of a Team, designate a Team Captain and create a fund Team Name. Costumes and uniforms are also highly encouraged. We ask that you please consider the nature of the event and our organization in deciding on costumes and team names. Family & friends are welcome and encouraged to attend the event to cheer on our Walkers! BBQ lunch is included for registered participants, and friends and family may purchase lunch from Motley Que BBQ on event day.


Participants are encouraged to collect pledges, set a personal fundraising goal, and challenge their teammates to match or beat them! Prizes will be awarded to the individuals and teams who raise the most money. Raise pledges in person using the pledge sheets provided in your registration package. Need more pledge sheets?

WAM 2017 Pledge Forms

Raise pledges online by setting up your own CanadaHelps page via our Peer2Peer Fundraising Campaign at:


Not up for the walk? Donations can be made directly to Pace anytime in person at the Pace Offices, or online via our CanadaHelps page. Tax receipts will be provided for donations over $20. In person donations will receive receipts by mail, and online donations will generate automatic receipts via email.

Participants Tout afficher (79)

Jordan Rudko



Todd Small

Shane Cramer

Taylor Yanishewski

Aaron Lazaruk

David Brown

Aaron Lazaruk

Joel Motley

+ 4 invités

Charlene Antaya

Andrew Fisher

Progrès réalisés dans l’atteinte de l’objectif visé


de 60 000 $



Jours pour acheter


The Community Village Parking Lot
10116 102 Avenue, Grande Prairie, AB T8V 1A1

12 mai 2017
vendredi, 12 mai 2017 11:00 Matin (HAR)


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Pace Community Support, Sexual Assault, and Trauma Centre
10031 103 Avenue
Grande Prairie , AB
T8V 1B9

À propos de cet organisme

Providing a variety of counseling and support services to victims of sexual assault, sexual abuse, and trauma in Grande Prairie and area for over 35 years. Pace believes that everyone dealing with, or experiencing crisis and trauma has the right to access skilled, caring, and professional services. Pace provides leading edge Education and Training in best practice to students, service providers, and community organizations, including the "Who Do You Tell" Program in Elementary Schools, Leading Change Training, Family Violence Prevention, Suicide Prevention, Healthy Youth Relationships, Mental Health First Aid, Children and Trauma, Eating Disorders, and more. Pace has also been instrumental in establishing important support services organizations for the Northwest Region including the Suicide Prevention Resource Centre and the Caribou Child & Youth Centre.