Crop Walk Board 2021


Erie County #1 in Pennsylvania and 12th in the USA!

Erie County was not only first in Pennsylvania last year, but 12th in the USA!  We are speechless, proud and so thankful to all of you who’ve worked so hard for this! A HUGE congratulations to all of our Western Pennsylvania friends for their hunger-fighting hard work.  We are mighty and let’s DO IT AGAIN!   Also, be sure to view our Sponsors Page and let them know how much we appreciate them. 

Donate or register your congregation/organization or  a team at

2021 Crop Walk Congregation/Organization Packets: 

If you were unable to pick up your Congregation/Organization Packet on Coordinator’s Day, you may still pick one up at Luther Memorial: Monday – Friday 9:00 – 4:00 or Lamb of God: Monday only 9:00-noon.

Presale shirts are available at Luther Memorial $15.  Order shirt page and instructions are included in your Packet.  


PLATINUM:  Mayor Joe Schember

GOLD:  Bonnell’s Auto Group, Calamari’s Squid Row, Inc. dba Callis West Catering, Catrabone, Catrabone & Associates LLC, Custom Engineering, Flagship Diversified Investments, Holt Web Designs, LCBA Branch 49, Signs NOW, Silkscreen Unlimited

SILVER:  Burton/Quinn/Scott Funeral Homes & Crematory, Russell C. Schmidt & Son Funeral Home

The following pantries received funds this year from our successful 2020 campaign.

Bayfront NATO/MLK Center, Bethany Outreach Center, Christian Cupboard of Girard, Community of Caring, Emmaus Ministries, Glenwood United Methodist Food Pantry, Holy Trinity Lutheran Food Program, Inter-Church Ministries VSEA, Kearsarge Food Pantry, Mercy Center for Women, Multi Cultural Health Evaluation MHEDS, North East Community Food Pantry, Refuge, Salvation Army, Second Harvest Food Bank, Sister’s of St. Joseph Neighborhood Network, St. Francis Xavier Parish, St. Martin’s Center, Summit Community Food Pantry, West Millcreek Food Pantry and Waterford Food Pantry

About CROP

CROP is a mission of Church World Service.  Church World Service is working with partners in the U.S. and around the world to build interfaith and intercultural coalitions to eradicate hunger and poverty and promote peace and justice.  sustainable grassroots development, disaster relief, and refugee assistance.  The Erie Community is proud to be involved in this critical mission that benefits both global and local charities. Sponsor a walker or walk yourself!  25% of the funds received are given back to Erie to distribute to Erie County Food Pantries.