Walk a Mile in Her Shoes 2013
Thursday, 18 April 2013 at 18:00 (EDT)
Men from across the Midlands will be standing up against sexual assault and abuse, one pair of heels at a time, on Thursday, April 18, 2013. Hosted by Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands and presented by Palmetto Health, the 4th annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes begins at 6 p.m. outside the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center in the Vista.
Register today for $20 ($30 at the Walk). Men, women, and children of all ages are invited to participate, individually or in teams. The event is FREE for children 12 and under.
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes encourages men to get involved in the fight against sexual violence. The event also raises awareness about the free, local services STSM offers to survivors and their families and friends. It is one of several events STSM holds in April, Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).
After Party at Tin Roof!
Goodie Bag Pickup
Wednesday, April 17, 3:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Tin Roof, 1022 Senate St.
* You may pick up goodie bags for other people or for your entire team. Please bring their printed confirmation or a list of names (for bigger teams).
Day of Walk, Thursday, April 18, 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Outside Convention Center, 1101 Lincoln St.
* We strongly encourage you to pick up your goodie bag on April 17 to avoid long lines at the event. Thank you!
Special thanks to our 2013 Ambassadors of Change
Attorney General Alan Wilson
Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin
SC Dept. of Corrections Director Bill Byars
Columbia College Police Chief Howard Cook
Springdale Police Chief Kevin Cornett
Sumter County Sheriff Anthony Dennis
5th Circuit Deputy Solicitor Dan Goldberg
Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott
Representative Mia McLeod
Lexington County Sheriff James Metts
Forest Acres Police Chief Gene Sealey
West Columbia Police Chief Dennis Tyndall
USC Division of Law Enforcement and Safety Chief Chris Wuchenich
Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands (STSM) is a private, nonprofit, United Way member agency committed to providing free support to survivors of sexual assault and abuse, including 24-hour crisis hotline, hospital accompaniment, court accompaniment, personal advocacy, individual and group counseling and education to the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
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