Since 1997, hundreds of walkers have raised close to $70K through our Simi Valley CROP Hunger Walk.
This year, because of the coronavirus pandemic and the need for social isolation, we are introducing our VIRTUAL CROP Hunger Walk:
It is urgent that we find new ways to engage our community to continue giving to our CROP Hunger Walk as the current pandemic creates increased need for food and resources for our local agency, Simi Valley Samaritan Center, and around the world. Now is the time to give more than ever!
Be sure to share your team page and personal page via email, Facebook, etc.
Watch the donations come in and share your success!
On the day of the walk:
Walk at a set time as everyone else or walk at your own time and place!
Make it FUN!
Start with a virtual opening including a prayer
Take lots of pictures and videos and share them online!
Thank you for your commitment to serving those in need, especially in times such as these!
Together, we can help end hunger in our community and around the world.
For more information and to sign-up, visit
SVUMC is sharing Virtual Worship on Sunday mornings at 10 a.m.
You can join us on Facebook Live at
Contact Andy or the church office if you have questions about connecting. More information coming about online giving and ways to connect in a season of physical distancing.