Let’s keep people off the streets in Lexington
Join us on Saturday, February 28, 2015, for the
7th Annual Walk for Warmth. All proceeds will
fund the Lexington Rescue Mission's Homeless Prevention Program, which provides emergency financial assistance to people who are on the brink of homelessness. Last year, the Walk for Warmth helped us prevent 80 families from eviction and 74 from having utilities shut off.The deadline for advance registration and pledge collection is Noon on Wednesday, Feb. 26.
Keep local individuals and families from being evicted or having utilities shut off
Join the walk
Spread the word
Use our video, posters, and more to help
get your school, church, workplace, club or neighbors involved in our efforts to prevent homelessness in Lexington.
After you register, you can start collecting pledges for our Homeless Prevention Program. Remember that every $100 raised helps one family avoid eviction or having their utilities shut off. Click below for the pledge collection form.
Put on your walking shoes and grab your coat and hat to our two-mile walk in the heart of Lexington.
Lexington Rescue Mission exists to glorify God through a Christ-centered ministry that meets the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of hurting people in the greater Lexington area.
(859) 381-9600, ext. 224
Walk for Warmth
Put on your walking shoes and grab your coat and hat to our two-mile walk in the heart of Lexington. Just click below to register. Registration is $30 for walkers age 13 and older and $10 for walkers ages 5-12 and includes a t-shirt and lunch.