Great prizes, fun contests and pure altruism intersect for Table to Table’s Virtual Walk on April 1-30th, 2022
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ, March 30, 2022 –Table to Table, New Jersey’s first food rescue organization, is on a mission to raise enough funds to provide 1 million meals for our food insecure neighbors in Northern NJ, through its Table to Table Virtual Walk taking place April 1-30. Designed as a fun, flexible fundraising event, The Virtual Walk lets participants set the pace and pick their place. And, participants have the opportunity to win amazing prizes from Target, Athleta, DoorDash and more by entering the photo contest and using the hashtag #tabletotablewalk. To register or to become a sponsor, visit www.tabletotable.org/virtualwalk.
“Table to Table is grateful for the many Virtual Walk participants who will fundraise to help feed our hungry neighbors,” says Ilene Isaacs, Executive Director. “With Spring afoot, this is the perfect opportunity to get fit, win prizes and feed those in need one step at a time,” Isaacs concluded.
Why Participate in Table to Table’s Virtual Walk?
Food insecurity is something that plagues even wealthy states such as New Jersey. In fact, 1 in 9 NJ residents and nearly 1 in 5 NJ children do not know where their next meal is coming from. Help eliminate food insecurity, register to walk today.
What Contests and Prizes are being offered?
You’ll have a chance to win prizes by entering Table to Table’s Virtual Walk contests: including Top Fundraisers, Best Walking Partner, Best Group Theme and Most Scenic Walk. We can’t wait to see where your walking shoes take you! Use the hashtag #TabletoTableWalk to share your walk photos and tell us why you walk. Any walkers using this hashtag will be entered to win a $50 Amazon gift card. Prizes include gift cards from DoorDash, Target, Chipotle, Warby Parker, Athleta and more!
“With National Volunteer Week taking place on April 17 through April 23, Table to Table’s Virtual Walk is a great way for individuals and corporations to rally for a meaningful cause that impacts families, children, seniors, veterans and many others,” says Isaacs.