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April 14





The Walking Track at

The Senior Center

of Rocky Mount

427 South Church Street

Rocky Mount, NC 27804

A Walk in Her Shoes Walk-a-thon  in which participants put on high-heeled shoes as a symbolic gesture to walk in solidarity with women.  This visually impacting community event is a great opportunity for businesses and community members to show support for the men (women and children too) who are taking a stand against sexual assault. It is a great way to let the community know that we all care about women’s issues and are willing to not only “talk the talk, but also walk the walk”.

Sponsored by:


You can make a general donation to the event or you can make a donation to support a walker as they compete in a friendly competition to raise the most funds. You can also support a walker while taking a stand against sexual assault by coming to the "A Walk in Her Shoes" event on April 14th and walking the course.

To make a Donation

Step 1: Fill Out an online pledge form. Please click on the button below and answer a few simple questions to make your pledge. 

Step 2: Fulfill your pledge. You can make your donation in one of three ways: Donate online; Mail your donation; or Make your donation in person at the event.

Online: You can make your donation online through the online donations page for "A Walk in Her Shoes 2017"

Mail: You can send your donation by mail.

If you are sponsoring a walker put their name on the memo line . Address your checks to  My Sister's House

and mail them to:

My Sister's House
PO Box 7665
Rocky Mount,NC 27804

In Person: You can make your donation at "A Walk in Her Shoes 2018" on Saturday, April 14th, 2017. See you there!


Your donation helps those affected by sexual assault! Your generosity helps My Sister's House provide services like crisis support and emergency shelter to families in need.

If you would like to help further, consider becoming a walker yourself and sign up to walk in "A Walk in Her Shoes" event on April 14th. Click here for more information.

How can  you support  "A Walk  in Her Shoes"?

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