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On Saturday, October 17, 2015, Sisters Empowerment Network, Inc. will host the 5th Annual Walk A Mile in Her Shoes: Community 5K Walk/Run Against Domestic Violence. The walk is a symbolic gesture of the community walking to raise awareness and money on the issues of violence against women. The Walk gives men, women and children the opportunity to publicly take a stand that domestic violence is not tolerated in our homes, workplace, schools, and our communities; it shows that communities all across Georgia are willing to stand together with women in making the world a safer place for all women and children
Community Walk/Run Against Domestic Violence
8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
OCTOBER 17, 2015
Riverdale Town Center
7210 Church Street, RiverdaleGA

Walk The Walk
7:00a.m - 8:00a.m - Registration
8:00a.m. - 8:20 a.m - Pre-Rally Festivities
9:00 a.m - 5K Walk/Run begins

Awards Ceremony Immediately Following. 
Participants can also register at

Pre-Registration Fees
$25 for Adults 18 and Older
$10 for Students 1st - 12th Grade
$90 for Teams of 4

Day of Event
$30 for Adults 18 and Older
$15 for all Students 1st - 12th Grade
$95.00 for Teams of 4

(must bring ID for Packet Pick-up)
All Students must bring School ID

Register on or before October 3rd to guarantee a free t-shirt. Sizes based on availability.
Go solo or start a team!
Encourage others to join your team to raise the most awareness. Team members can also help one another raise money. Each individual should fill out a registration form with the team name. 

Proceeds from the 5K Walk/Run and Unity in the Community Day benefit Sisters Empowerment Network, Inc., victims of domestic violence, women's services and programs.
Deadline to receive the free t-shirt expired on Friday, October 3, 2015
5th Annual
When You Walk and Fundraise, You Help STOP Domestic Violence!
Think you have what it takes to walk a mile in Her shoes? The 5th annual Walk A Mile In Her Shoes: 5K Walk/Run Against Domestic Violence hosted by Sisters Empowerment Network, Inc. objective is to bring attention to something that can be difficult to talk about...violence against women. Show your support for ending domestic violence, help us raise money, while being a part of the fun!