Join us this Saturday, April 13th for Walk a Mile in Her Shoes! This year the walk begins and ends at California Street Labs (1313 California Street). Come enjoy all the fun downtown has to offer and benefit Camp OSP, education and children’s programs at One SAFE Place!
Check-in is at 11:00 am and the walk begins at 11:30. Parking is conveniently located across the street in the mall parking lot and the California Street parking lot.
Call or stop by one of the downtown eateries and bring your take-out to California Street Labs and celebrate our community with live music, tasty beverages, art, vendors, games, and more!
The Brew Craft Coffee will be hosting coffee and Shasta Living Streets will be hosting wine, beer, and kombucha!
Special thanks to Shasta Living Streets, Viva Downtown, Redding Fashion Alliance, The Brew Craft Coffee, KIXE, and KCNR for collaborating with us to make our 12th Annual Walk A Mile special!
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For more information contact Christine H at 244-0118 ext.220
All donations to One SAFE Place throughout 2019 will be matched dollar for dollar up to $100,000 by the McConnell Foundation Challenge Grant.
Slip into those heels, slippers, or pink sneakers. We’ll see you there!
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On April 13, 2019, One SAFE Place will host an annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® event, the international men’s march to stop rape, sexual assault and gender violence. This is a Call to Men to educate and engage our community about a very serious subject and to take action in preventing sexualized violence. The WALK begins and ends at California Living Streets Downtown.
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® asks men to literally walk one mile in women’s shoes! This fundraising and educational event asks teams and individual community members to grab their favorite women’s shoes (high heels, slippers, pink sneakers), gather friends, co-workers and family and Walk-a-Mile around a designated course. Women and families are welcome to join. This year’s event is an awareness event, so the more people who show up in support, the better! (Donations are not necessary, but are graciously accepted and appreciated.) To see some of the fun from past Walk a Mile events, click here.