The Heavy North Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® Wood Buffalo

par Waypoints

  • vendredi, 07 avril 2017 de 10:03 Matin à 12:00 Matin (HAR)
  • Jubilee Plaza 9909 Franklin Ave, Fort McMurray, AB T9H 2K4

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On June 17, 2017 we will be hosting our first ‘The Heavy North Walk a Mile in her Shoes® Wood Buffalo'.  This event will be held Fort McMurray at the Jubilee Plaza, at 10:00 AM.

Proceeds raised will be distributed to various programs, including Domestic Violence & Sexual Trauma, along with our Outreach programs that support our remote communities. There will be guest speakers, an awards ceremony, food, drinks and so much more!

‘The Heavy North Walk a Mile in her Shoes® Wood Buffalo’ walk is a symbolic gesture of men marching in high heel footwear to raise funds and awareness on the issues of violence against women. The walk gives men the opportunity to publicly take a stand on the issues of violence against women; it shows that men are willing to stand together with women in making the world a safer place for all women and children. By taking part in the pledged walk, you will be making a statement that violence against women is not just a women who feel the effects, but an entire community. 

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Date: June 17, 2017

Location: Jubilee Plaza

Registration Open: 10:00 AM

Walk Start Time: 10:30 AM

BBQ Opens:11:00 AM

Speakers and Awards: 1:00 PM

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Jubilee Plaza
9909 Franklin Ave, Fort McMurray, AB T9H 2K4

7 avril 2017
vendredi, 7 avril 2017 10:03 Matin (HAR)

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8130A Manning Avenue
Fort McMurray
Fort McMurray , AB
T9H1V7

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Waypoints Sexual Assault & Abuse Program provides support and advocacy, counselling, and education to children, women and men in the Wood Buffalo Region. Services are free of charge and are open to all people, regardless of ethnicity, faith, gender, culture, age, or sexual orientation. Waypoints also reaches and supports our outlying communities through our domestic violence outreach teams! These teams consist of a case worker and a counselor who provide services and supports throughout the region. These services include, but are not limited to; information and referrals to people affected by family violence,and connecting people affected by family violence to community resources. Providing assistance and advocacy to clients who have experienced difficulties accessing community services.