Walk in HER Shoes

Take a walk in her shoes. Raise money. Help end the cycle of violence against women. It’s a win-win. Except, maybe, for feet.
The intent of the Walk in HER Shoes fundraiser is to raise eyebrows, awareness and money for Family Transition Place. Boys and men are encouraged to walk in solidarity towards ending the cycle of violence against women.

This walk raised over $6,500 in 2017, with approximately 40 men in attendance. Event proceeds support education initiatives to help break the cycle of violence. We thank our generous sponsors and our participants for being allies in our work.


Event Details

Join us:
Saturday, June 16, 2018
10:00 am-12:00 pm
Orangeville Town Hall – 87 Broadway
Registration $20 – free for children under 12
Please click HERE for a copy of the event poster.

Participants will walk approximately half a kilometre along Broadway, stopping at sponsored locations for important messaging and a rest.


Please feel free to reach out to friends, family, and co-workers to request pledges of support for your efforts. A prize will be awarded to the participant who raises the most money in support of thie event.



The format of this year’s walk has changed slightly. In previous years, we have provided pairs of pink high-heeled shoes for our participants. This year, we encourage participants to bring their own women’s shoes, each representing the many different walks of life. They could be women’s running shoes, sandals, slippers…you get the idea.

Event Sponsors

This event is proudly presented by TITLE SPONSOR:

Synergy Roofing logo

Thank you to our Route Sponsors:
The Black Wolf Smokehouse   H&R Block logo   
Thank you to our Glass Slipper Sponsors:
Plumbs Up logo

In-Kind Sponsors
Suzanne Gardner logo Tim Hortons

Would you like to sponsor this event?

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please click HERE for more details.

Click the icon to the left to see photos from the 2017 event.
Photos courtesy of Jim Waddington.


Click the icon to the left to see photos from the 2016 event.
Photos courtesy of Jim Waddington.


Click the icon to the left to watch television coverage of the 2016 event through Rogers TV.

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