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Join us on a profound journey of hope and transformation. Beginning on June 20, 2024, two extraordinary women, Laura Kuester and Angela Rhea, will embark on a challenging yet inspiring walk of 150 miles. Their goal is not only to traverse four counties and four cities but to bridge the gap between despair and hope for countless lives.


Why We Walk

Every step taken is a stride towards a brighter future for domestic violence survivors. The courage of these women mirrors the resilience of those they are walking for. This journey is more than a physical challenge; it's a powerful statement against violence and a beacon of hope for those who have suffered.


Our Goal

We aim to raise $150,000, with every dollar going directly towards creating Transition Housing. This initiative is a cornerstone of hope, offering long-term housing solutions for survivors of domestic violence. It's not just a roof over their heads; it's a foundation for rebuilding lives, a sanctuary where healing begins, and a stepping stone towards a life free from fear.


How You Can Help

Your support can make a world of difference. Join us in this campaign by donating, sharing our story, or even walking alongside us in solidarity. Every contribution, big or small, brings us closer to our goal and makes a lasting impact in the lives of survivors.


Together, We Can Make a Change This event is more than a fundraiser; it's a movement. A movement towards a future where every individual has the chance to live without the shadow of violence. It's a journey of empowerment, a testament to what we can achieve when we stand together.

Be Part of the Journey Stay connected with us every step of the way. Follow our progress, share our story, and be the change. Your involvement is the beacon of hope that lights this path.


Here's what you need to know:

  • The Walk Begins: June 20th, 2024 @ 8AM

  • The Cause: Supporting survivors of violence and creating a safer future for all.

  • The Route: We've finalized a route plan! Check out the daily distances and estimated times below:

    • Day One:

      • Start: 8:00 AM, Cherokee County Courthouse

      • Finish: Adair County Courthouse (estimated arrival: 8:00 PM)

      • Distance: 25 miles

    • Day Two:

      • Start: 5:30 AM, Adair County Courthouse

      • Finish: Sequoyah County Courthouse (estimated arrival: 6:00 PM)

      • Distance: 28 miles

      • New Stop: Greenleaf State Park (overnight rest stop, estimated arrival: 2:00 AM - 3:00 AM)

    • Day Three:

      • Start: 8:30 AM, Greenleaf State Park (transportation provided)

      • Walk: Start at Wagoner County line (Hwy 16 N. of Ft. Gibson)

      • Finish: Wagoner County Courthouse (estimated arrival: 3:00 PM)

      • Distance: 15 miles

      • Walk: Wagoner County Courthouse

      • Distance: 7 miles

      • Finish: Sequoyah State Park (estimated arrival: 7:00 PM)

    • Day Four:

      • Start: 7:00 AM, Sequoyah State Park

      • Finish: Cherokee County Courthouse (estimated arrival: 3:00 PM)

      • Distance: 18 miles

We may need to make minor adjustments to the route, but we'll keep you updated!

Join us. Support us. Walk with us. Together, we can go far in creating a world where peace, safety, and healing are within reach for every survivor.

How Far Would You Go?

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