Walk For Warmth

Picture of group of people walking in Grand Rapids. Text reads: We walk to keep our community warm.


Walk for Warmth 2024

Saturday, February 10, 2024

9:00 am - Registration and Opening Remarks
9:30 am - Walk Begins

121 Martin Luther King Jr. Street
    Suite 110
    Grand Rapids, MI 49507

Walk for Warmth is a short walk to raise money to keep the heat on for families in Kent County who have received a utility shut-off notice for gas, electric, and deliverable fuels like propane.

The hard, cold facts:

Heating/fuel expenditures per household are expected to increase due to both higher fuel prices and colder temperatures with an average 14-17% increase over last year. That's an average increase of $106 to $253 (depending on fuel type and use patterns) per household.

Due to the lagging economy, loss of jobs, federal and state budget cuts, many people in our communities are struggling to afford basic necessities and will be forced to make the choice between putting food on the table or heating their homes.

You can help! Put on your walking shoes (or boots!) and join us. You can participate in the walk by sponsoring, walking, or donating!

Thank you to our sponsors:

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