Each fall, thousands of people in Charlotte walk as a part of a nationwide effort to end hunger.
The Charlotte CROP Hunger Walk raises money to help end poverty and hunger here and abroad.
According to the organization's website, since it's first walk in 1978 Charlotte has raised over $6 million to relieve hunger, with $1.6 million staying in the community.
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