The walk will be held on a Chattahoochee River trail in Atlanta, GA area through the beautiful river landscapes, historic sites and waterfalls. Our starting point will be at Cochran Shoals Park, catching stunning views of the Chattahoochee River and exploring scenic woodlands and marshes. It’s one of Atlanta’s all-time most popular trails, and equally great for a stroll or running a 5k training loop. Registrants will either be completing a 3k or 5k walk for “Walk the World.”
We are opting for a pre-party due to the mix of walkers and runners finishing at vastly different times. Planning to have a lunch time office mixer for the combined offices at the Powers Ferry office location
Children’s Restoration Network is a non-profit agency that has served homeless children and mothers in Atlanta for more than 23 years. Through various programs CRN helps children receive basic necessities from food and school supplies to adult guidance and scholarships.
Use the button bellow to donate, or why not set up your own fundraising page and ask friends and family to support you? You may also raise money through activities at home or within the office and add it to your fundraising page. In addition, Informa will be making donations to local charities, click here to learn how to gain more for your charity. We encourage our colleagues to donate $15 to the office charity when registering for the walk.
The Place of Forsyth County was founded in 1975 by four Dominican Nuns. The sisters offered the residents assistance with financial needs, clothing, food and even tutoring children. Throughout our 40 years, we have been the catalyst for several agencies that had their beginnings as programs at The Place. Today we are serving the community with financial emergency assistance, clothing, food and many additional support services. In August 2015 we started a workforce development initiative in conjunction with several local agencies to help the under employed and unemployed prepare for and secure jobs. We also embraced an 8 year old service, Focus on Forsyth, which helps needy households through referrals from schools and senior center. Through our services to the community we are changing lives in Forsyth County Georgia.