During this time of the year when the weather cools down, many people in the US walk to raise money for hunger and poverty relief efforts. The walks are called CROP walks or Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty. The participants collect pledges based on how much they walk. Most of the money stays in the local community.
We found this video of a CROP walk taking place this weekend in Madison Wisconsin. WKOW interviewed Gaston Razafy on the event.
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