Please join Walk2Connect and Philanthropy Field Trips to help get the word out about a wonderful organization, Project Angel Heart. The mission of Project Angel Heart is to deliver no-cost nutritious meals to those coping with life-threatening illness. We will be distributing flyers and posters to get the word out about Project Angel Heart and their fundraising event, Dine Out for Life. The day will start with a tour of the agency so we can get a feel for why this is such an important cause. We will quickly jump in our cars to get downtown. We will enjoy a 5 mile walking loop around the popular streets of downtown Denver (Larimer / LoDo / Confluence Park / 16th Street Mall) while distributing flyers for their fundraising event. Lunch will be provided!
- Mileage: 5
- **NEW LIABILITY WAIVER: Visit the 'Files' section of the Walk2Connect page (located in the 'more' section) to download the Walk2Connect Liability Waiver form if you haven't already. Please read, print and sign the Walk2Connect Liability Waiver form and bring it to the walk. - Thank you!
- Difficulty: Easy
- Terrain: Urban. All sidewalk / pedestrian mall / greenway
- Schedule & Meeting Location: We will meet at 9:00am at Project Angel Heart (Lobby). We will get a tour of the facility and Non-Profit from 9-10AM. We should be done walking no later than 12:30 and we'll enjoy lunch together (weather permitting) at or near Confluence Park.
- Parking: Street parking near Platte River / REI area.
- Weather: We are in the Spring season, so please come prepared with enough layers and/or waterproof gear in case we do run into cooler weather or rain.
- Breaks, Restrooms: There will be plenty of places to use the restroom the entire day.
- Cost $20. Walk2Connect is now a full-time business and we're excited about ALL of our walking opportunities. Please sign-up for our emails and check back to our trip schedule on our main website for other walking trips on the calendar.
- Comfortable socks & shoes (pref. NON cotton socks!)
- Light backpack w/water and snack foods (almonds, bars, fruit)
- Gloves, scarf, beanie
- Sunglasses & Sunscreen (and hat if you wear them)
- Bring many (thinner) layers depending on anticipated temperature and light rain gear just in case. I would avoid big/bulky winter coats as you will warm up once we walk and its way easier to shed/store light clothing.
These walks are very informal and give us all unique opportunities to connect with one another, ourselves and our surroundings.
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