The Walk to End Genocide, a project of Jewish World Watch, is a community event that brings together advocates of all ages and backgrounds in one united voice to say: “We will not stand idly by while genocide and mass atrocities occur.”
Join JWW this year for two Los Angeles-area Walks to educate and mobilize the community. The events are important fundraisers that support our efforts to teach, advocate, and continue programs benefitting conflict-affected communities. Today these include people in South Sudan, Syria, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, as well as the Darfuri forced to flee from Sudan and the Rohingya who have fled Burma (Myanmar).
Registration is now open: Click below to sign up by February 15 for early bird pricing!
People sometimes ask why we Walk.
WE WALK because genocide is not is not a thing of the past. There are 65 million refugees and displaced people fleeing genocide and mass atrocities worldwide – right now.
WE WALK to show our elected officials that there are thousands of people who care about crimes against humanity affecting children, women and men every day – and to urge them to take action.
WE WALK to raise funds to support our mission to fight genocide and mass atrocities, and provide relief to survivors around the globe.
WE WALK because we cannot remain silent.
Please lend your hearts and your feet to the 2018 Walk to End Genocide. Because a little time, a little compassion, and a little money can go such a long way.
Take a stand. Take a step. Join us!