Join the march to end violence against women!
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is an international men’s march to end rape, sexual assault and human trafficking , and gender violence. Be a part of the movement! Join our 10th annual walk at the K.V.P.D. RecCenter on Friday, April 27th. Participants are encouraged to wear women’s shoes as a symbol of their commitment to ending violence against women. Help us meet the goal of 150+ walkers from Kankakee and Iroquois Counties. The event starts and ends at the K.V.P.D. RecCenter. Our route will take us through downtown Kankakee and around the County Courthouse.
Kankakee County Center Against Sexual Assault (KCCASA) would love to have your support as a participant in this walk, and encourage you to assemble a team of 5-10 people to join. We hope to engage more men in ceasing sexualized violence and in bringing about change.
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- 11-11:45 a.m. – Meet at K.V.P.D. RecCenter 150 N. Indiana Ave, Kankakee for Sign-In/ Shoes (if needed)/ Pre-Walk Activities
- 11:45-12- Opening Introductions and Ceremony
- 12-12:45- “Walk A Mile In Her Shoes®” (downtown around Courthouse)
- 12:45-1p.m. – Refreshments/Certificates at K.V.P.D. RecCenter
Working together, we can stop sexual violence. It is time for all men to stand up and be counted. Walking with us on April 27th can be your first step!
Sponsoring the walk is another great way to show support! Below is a sponsorship form. Promote your business or organization at the event. All proceeds from this event fund direct client services.
KCCASA + ISAS improve the quality of services to sexual assault and human trafficking /abuse victims, assist in their recovery, and to work towards the elimination of sexual violence. KCCASA/ISAS provide free services to Kankakee and Iroquois Counties, including:
- 24-Hour Crisis Hotline
- Counseling for victims of all ages, their family, and significant others
- Support for victims during medical visits and throughout legal proceedings
- Prevention through Community Education and Outreach
- Training for community professionals who deal directly with victims
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at 815.932.7273.
If you prefer to register individually or as a team by mail… click here.