Monster Walk for the Homeless: October 31 - November 1

Let’s get outside! The weekend of October 31 is our community-wide virtual Monster Walk for the Homeless. Grab your costume and family near and far, and walk like a zombie, run like a banshee, or ride your broom for a great cause. Distance doesn’t matter, nor time of the day, as long as you get outside and participate safely!

Our annual Walk for the Homeless typically takes place on campus during Homecoming weekend, but will take place virtually this year due to Covid-19 safety restrictions. If you are curious about our typical Homecoming festivities, click here to view photos from last year's Homecoming event.

All funds raised from the Monster Walk for the Homeless will support Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington (SMGW) in their effort to end homelessness in the greater Washington, D.C. area. Click here to read more about their efforts, and for more information on a special SMGW event on October 29.

Registration and Virtual Walk Information

Registration Fee: $50 for an individual or family of up to four

Dates: October 31 - November 1

Monster Walk Pack: A Monster Walk Pack will be mailed to those who register before October 22 and while supplies last. The pack includes the following to celebrate a job well done:
  • Commemorative T-shirt
  • (Chocolate) gold medal
  • Finish line banner
The Winner's Circle: Send us a picture as you get to the “finish line” and celebrate in the winners circle. Email communications@saes.org or DM us your photo on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter. Connect with fellow walkers by posting with the hashtag #SAESMonsterWalk.

All funds raised will benefit Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington.

Learn More About Samaritan Ministry's Efforts

Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington works to help the homeless in our community and others in basic, systemic, and unmet needs that underlie poverty, especially during this unprecedented time.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, Samaritan Ministry has continued its great work with people who want to make a positive change in their lives - people like Antoinette Green. Click the video link to see a conversation with Antoinette just prior to the pandemic.

Save the date! On Thursday, October 29 at 7 p.m. you’ll have a chance to meet Antoinette live on Zoom to hear how she has maintained her success during the pandemic.

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