The Walk for For Good Food 2019 was a great success!
Over 600 people gathered at Park Church in downtown Grand Rapids on a sunny May afternoon to bring awareness of the great work happening in our community to address food access and poverty. 

Post walk notes:

We will continue to collect funds through June 30. You can still help us reach our goal of $110,000 – tell your friends or make a donation below!

T-shirts for sale!

Limited edition t-shirts are on sale for $15. Follow this link to buy your own – or grab a couple for friends!


The Access Walk for Good Food is an annual 5k walk in Grand Rapids. The goal of the Walk is to fund non-profit organizations that address issues of food access and poverty. The work of these 14 organizations aligns with the definition of Good Food, which is food that is:
Healthy (provides nourishment and enables people to thrive)
Fair (no one along the production line was exploited during its creation)
Affordable (All people have access to it)
Green (produced in an environmentally sustainable manner)

The work of the 14 organizations ranges from community gardening and urban farming, nutrition programs, food pantries and meal programs, to food justice and community development initiatives. Our collaborative work has a vision of a thriving Good Food system for all people. 

The Walk brings non-profit organizations, businesses, congregations, farms, and individuals together to bring awareness of the great work happening in our community to address food access and poverty. By walking together we unite in vision of a Good Food system for all and broaden our shared impact for social good. Over the last 41 years, the Walk has raised over $6 million for dozens of local and international non-profit organizations. Our goal this year is to raise $110,000.


Our success is made in part by the sponsorship of local businesses and organizations. Businesses who sponsor the walk have a unique opportunity to support a local cause and put their business name in front of thousands of potential customers throughout the event and its media coverage. Check out our sponsorship packet to find out how your business can benefit from this partnership.


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