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Housing and all meals are provided.
Each day, we march for approximately 10 - 15 miles (with snack, lunch & bathroom breaks.)
Can't walk much? NO PROBLEM! There are all of kinds of tasks that need to be done each day to keep a march like this running. For those who can't march, we need drivers, cooks, medics & all kinds of other help! Please note on your RSVP if you can't march.
Vehicle support is provided for breaks from marching.
We will send out a comprehensive email to all RSVP's with all other details: march route, events during the march, and a packing list.
Please RSVP so we can have an accurate count
for housing, meals, and transportation!
I’m planning on marching. What do I pack?
Here is quick list of essential items that marchers should bring with them: warm and cool clothes, sleeping bag and/or pillow, comfortable walking shoes, clean socks, toiletry supplies, towel (showers are rarely, but sometimes available.), sunscreen/bug spray, poncho.
We will do our best to accommodate any supplies that marchers’ need during our journey.
Do I have to carry my bags?
No! There will be vehicle support to transport marchers’ baggage during the march to our host location each evening.
Do I have to march the entire length of the journey?
No! Marchers can join us for one block, one mile, or the entire journey.
Where are we staying?
We secure housing each night for all marchers - generally at churches or social justice organization. However, that does not always mean a bed. Often, we sleep on the floor. If you need further accommodation, we can help find and book a hotel, but cannot pay for marchers’ hotels.
Do I have to raise money?
While it is not required, we do ask that marchers fundraise and collect donations to help offset the cost of the March and help provide for future actions.
Are meals provided?
Yes! We will provide all meals and snacks. Our lovely volunteers, prepare lunches and snacks for us each day and our evening hosts (generally) provide dinner.
I’m allergic, gluten-free, etc.
Make sure to note all allergies and food specifications when registering to march. We will always accommodate all food issues to make sure that everyone has something to eat.
I am not able to walk long distances. Are there other ways that I can help during the march?
For those that cannot walk long distances, there are other ways to help during the march. We need help with things like preparing meals and driving support vehicles. Indicate on your registration if you are interested in joining the march as non-walker.
What if I injure myself during the march?
We will have medics available for minor injuries incurred during the march.
What is the schedule for each day?
While marching schedule changes every day, depending on rallies and other events, here is an approximate schedule of marching. Note: we take breaks during marching.
7:00 a.m - 8:30 a.m: Breakfast
9:00 a.m: Morning Huddle
9:30 a.m - 12: 00 p.m: Marching
12:00 - 1:00 p.m: Lunch
1:00 p.m - 4:00 p.m: Marching
5:00 - 6: 00 p.m: Dinner Evening Program
If I’m joining you during the day, how do I find you?
The best way to connect with us while we are marching is via Facebook. Send a Facebook message to our page and one of our organizers will let you know who to contact and a meeting point.