Our Largest Fundraiser of the Year

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April 2nd | 2022 | 9am - 12pm
Peninsula Town Center

 a walk to show solidarity with survivors, to bring awareness, and to provide resources with the goal of fostering a better community.

Walk In Their Shoes 2022

WITS is The Center for Sexual Assault Survivors' largest fundraiser of the year.

Help us provide services for those whose lives have been affected by sexual violence. Your donation provides free individual crisis counseling, support groups, a 24-hour crisis line, advocacy, and violence prevention efforts.

There will be entertainment on the day of the event you don't want to miss!

Why We Walk 

It is a walk of solidarity to show survivors that we believe you & we support you, no matter who you are or your story.

It's a march to bring awareness of sexual assault and to work to end sexual violence in our communities. 

It is a walk with survivors of sexual violence to show hope and to remind them that they are not alone. 

April 2nd 
9am - 12pm
Peninsula Town Center

How to participate

Register online as an individual or team. Raise money to support The Center and compete for the top fundraiser trophy. Wear shoes that represent the survivor(s) you're marching for. Registered walkers get a free swag bag and WITS 2022 t-shirt, while supplies last.


Our Walk Will Include:

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"We hope that by walking we can bring greater awareness to issues that affect our community, and encourage everyone to take a stand together. 

Your participation will allow us to continue to provide free services to survivors in our community.  

We provide:

  • Crisis Counseling 

  • 24/7 Crisis Line 

  • Victim Advocacy 

  • Accompaniment

  • Advocate Training 

  • Community Outreach 

for free!


Because Sexual Assault Affects us All

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Walk, run, skip, or roll your way down the path to the finish line. Together, we can support survivors in our community.