Help us to raise awareness and funding for Crisis Services' Advocate Program, and rally the community to take action against sexual violence

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e are asking our friends and allies to rally their friends, family, and networks to support our 12th Annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® campaign! Show your support for ending sexual and domestic violence by becoming a fundraiser for Crisis Services' Advocate Program. Get your friends and co-workers to donate to your fundraiser and/or join you for an afternoon of fun and awareness raising. Watching and/or walking in high heels is entertaining and, more importantly, a good way to bring attention to a very important issue: sexual violence.

Starting a fundraiser is easy to do, and it's fun. We'll even give you all the tools you'll need to make a difference. With your help we can create a movement where men and women will be a part of the solution to ending sexual violence.

People who donate to your fundraiser don't have to participate in the walk, but why miss the fun?

We also urge you to Like our Walk A Mile and Crisis Services' facebook pages:
https://www.facebook.com/WalkAMileBuffalo
https://www.facebook.com/CrisisServices

Follow us on Twitter and use these hash tags #
#Walk_Buf or #WAM2017

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