Walk for Warmth – Now on Wheels!
Join Interfaith Action of Evanston’s second annual Walk for Warmth, now transformed into a car parade, and help raise funds to support Emergency Overnight Shelter. The shelter is open every night, now through March, to provide warmth and safety to our neighbors experiencing homelessness. On January 18, which is Martin Luther King Jr. Day and a national day of service, teams will meet at the Morton Civic Center parking lot, 2100 Ridge Ave. in Evanston, at 11:00 am to drive a two-mile circuit of the IAE overnight shelter sites.
This is a family-friendly event and folks of all ages are welcome to decorate cars and show their compassion by driving all or part of the route. Individuals interested in participating in the parade or donating to support it can find further information at https://interfaithactionofevanston.networkforgood.com/projects/119434-action-team-s-fundraiser. Pre-registration is required, there will be no registration done on site the day of the parade.