Please join us at our 5th annual International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault, and Gender Violence…
September 17th, 2015 –
early registration at 5pm, walk at 6pm
Corner of North Street & Columbus Ave, Pittsfield
Take a stand against violence in our community!
Sign up to Walk a Mile.
Interested in walking?
- If you’d prefer to download a registration form, click here. (Note: because the form folds in half width-wise, half of the outside page will look upside down when you print it).
Registration is free, but almost all walkers raise funds to support our work. 100% of the money raised goes to helping survivors of violence in Berkshire County. Raise $55 or more and get an awesome Walk a Mile t-shirt!
(Shoes and signs available at the Walk. Come early to get the best shoes!)
- Can’t find the page of the person you want to sponsor? You can also make a secure credit card donation to Elizabeth Freeman Center’s Walk a Mile by clicking the Make a Donation button below. Choose “Don’t have a PayPal account” to donate by credit card, and don’t forget to tell us the name of the person you’re sponsoring. Thank you!
Want more information, or prefer to register or donate offline?
Call Becca B. at (413) 499-2425 or email email@example.com.
Why we march.
Violence affects us all…our neighborhoods, our schools, our health system, our businesses, our children, our future. Come add your voice (and your feet) to those calling for change.
Calling all artists! 2015 Walk a Mile Art Show
Held in conjunction with the March and organized in collaboration with the Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development, the Walk a Mile Art Show presents artists and community members with an opportunity to create wearable art for a great cause.
Shoes will be displayed in the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts September 14th-18th, then auctioned off to support Elizabeth Freeman Center. 100% of the money raised goes to helping survivors of domestic and sexual violence in Berkshire County.
With special thanks to our underwriters and supporters…
Walk a Mile event underwriters continue to lead the way in helping to build a community free of violence. These businesses make our community a better, safer, more caring place:
And thank you to our supporters: Lee Bank; Group Restoration; Hill Engineers, Architects, Planners, Inc; Dery Funeral Home; Adelson & Company PC; Balance Rock Investment Group; Country Curtains; Sampco Companies, Inc; and Blatt Builders.