HOPE THROUGH HEALTH

Church on the Street 2023
106 Team Members

As part of Church on the Street, WPUMC is partnering with Curamericas Global for the Mom-a-thon, our race to save lives. Read more about Curamericas Global and our goal below. Anyone can join this activity! Here’s what you do:

1) Pledge a number of miles you will walk during the month of May.

2) Invite your network of family and friends to sponsor your walk at $.5/mile $1/mile, $2/mile or even $10/mile+.

3) Starting May 1, be sure to WALK. Just doing your daily activities often leads to at least a mile of walking. When you are out and about, consider
wearing your red Church on the Street shirt. Join Connie Orander for informal walks around a local lake or at Umstead.

***Go to: www.wpumc.com/events and click events to learn more and to access tools to help you raise funds and awareness.***

Thank you!

– Our goal is $10,000 or about 50 people walking 1 mile a day for a month with $7/mile sponsored (or any combination thereof).

– $10,000 will provide salary support for TWO nurses. See a photo of a nurse in Guatemala who is one of our leaders. Nurses like Alma save lives and lead others to ensure sustainable and evidence based change in some of the most complicated contexts in the world.

About Curamericas Global
White Plains UMC first supported Curamericas in 1984.

Founded in 1983 at Lake Junaluska by a Methodist Missionary, Curamericas Global has worked to save the lives of women and children in forgotten communities. We have reached over 2 Million people in the most rural parts of Latin America and Africa across 40 years and seven countries. Today we also serve people in North Carolina. Nearly 5.9 million children will not see their fifth birthday due to preventable and treatable illnesses like pneumonia and diarrhea. We all know that good health directly affects education, income and family and community wellbeing, so Curamericas Global uses evidence-based solutions to bring about sustainable changes to the healthcare system in the communities with whom we partner.

Here is a list of our walkers and fundraisers!

– Rev. Rob Phillips
– Eileen Williams
– Connie Orander
– Gloria Cook
– Andrew Herrera
– Donna Steadman
– David and Pam Sen
– Carol Carawon
– Susan Harris
– Wayne and Wanda Tindle
– Lee Heathcoat
– Robin Cranfill
– Kristine Barnes
– Melissa Edwards
– Vicki Cudd
– Linda Byrf
– Wayne and Wanda Tindle
– David Kranau
– Sandy and Ron Varner
– Kenna Coley
– Dave Coley
– Vicki DeMaster
– Dave DeMaster
– Keri Booth
– Janis Hunsinger
– Steve Washburn
– Suzy Drake
– Floretta Armstrong
– Robin Cranfill
– Pam Sen
– David Sen
– Barbara Kastner
– Brian Jungen
– Kelly Lyn Logue





As part of Church on the Street, WPUMC is partnering with Curamericas Global for the Mom-a-thon, our race to save lives. Read more about Curamericas Global and our goal below. Anyone can join this activity! Here’s what you do:

1) Pledge a number of miles you will walk during the month of May.

2) Invite your network of family and friends to sponsor your walk at $.5/mile $1/mile, $2/mile or even $10/mile+.

3) Starting May 1, be sure to WALK. Just doing your daily activities often leads to at least a mile of walking. When you are out and about, consider
wearing your red Church on the Street shirt. Join Connie Orander for informal walks around a local lake or at Umstead.

***Go to: www.wpumc.com/events and click events to learn more and to access tools to help you raise funds and awareness.***

Thank you!

– Our goal is $10,000 or about 50 people walking 1 mile a day for a month with $7/mile sponsored (or any combination thereof).

– $10,000 will provide salary support for TWO nurses. See a photo of a nurse in Guatemala who is one of our leaders. Nurses like Alma save lives and lead others to ensure sustainable and evidence based change in some of the most complicated contexts in the world.

About Curamericas Global
White Plains UMC first supported Curamericas in 1984.

Founded in 1983 at Lake Junaluska by a Methodist Missionary, Curamericas Global has worked to save the lives of women and children in forgotten communities. We have reached over 2 Million people in the most rural parts of Latin America and Africa across 40 years and seven countries. Today we also serve people in North Carolina. Nearly 5.9 million children will not see their fifth birthday due to preventable and treatable illnesses like pneumonia and diarrhea. We all know that good health directly affects education, income and family and community wellbeing, so Curamericas Global uses evidence-based solutions to bring about sustainable changes to the healthcare system in the communities with whom we partner.

Here is a list of our walkers and fundraisers!

– Rev. Rob Phillips
– Eileen Williams
– Connie Orander
– Gloria Cook
– Andrew Herrera
– Donna Steadman
– David and Pam Sen
– Carol Carawon
– Susan Harris
– Wayne and Wanda Tindle
– Lee Heathcoat
– Robin Cranfill
– Kristine Barnes
– Melissa Edwards
– Vicki Cudd
– Linda Byrf
– Wayne and Wanda Tindle
– David Kranau
– Sandy and Ron Varner
– Kenna Coley
– Dave Coley
– Vicki DeMaster
– Dave DeMaster
– Keri Booth
– Janis Hunsinger
– Steve Washburn
– Suzy Drake
– Floretta Armstrong
– Robin Cranfill
– Pam Sen
– David Sen
– Barbara Kastner
– Brian Jungen
– Kelly Lyn Logue



Team Goals!
$11,386
pledged of $10,000 goal
100% Complete


105
pledge participants out of 100 goal
105% Complete

  • White Plains United Methodist Church
    Team Captain
  • Andrew Herrera
    Donated $60.00
  • Connie Orander
    Donated $62.04
  • Stephanie
    Donated $26.03






Thank You To Our Sponsors



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