FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
JWW's 7th Annual Conejo Valley Walk to End Genocide
When is the 2019 Conejo Valley Walk to End Genocide?
The Event takes place on Sunday, April 7, 2019. Registration/check-in opens at 12:15 pm.
The Event program starts at 1:00 pm. The Walk begins at 1:15 pm.
(Times are subject to change).
Where is the Walk Global Village?
For 2019, the Walk and Global Village event will take place at Temple Etz Chaim, 1080 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
How long is the Walk?
The Walk will be just under 2 miles. Check back for the Walk route closer to the event.
Where do I park on the day of the Walk?
FREE parking is available in the Temple Etz Chaim's lower parking lot. There is also ample street parking.
What does it cost to register to Walk?
2019 Walk Registration Fees include one commemorative Walk to End Genocide T-shirt.
Adults (ages 23+) $30
Youth (ages 5-22) $18
Toddler (4 and under) FREE
Save money by registering as a group!
Do I have to raise money to participate?
Fundraising is strongly encouraged. Please remember that the funds you raise help JWW to raise awareness of ongoing atrocities in Myanmar, Sudan, South Sudan, Syria and in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and to provide funds for relief projects and development in refugee camps and communities in conflict.
Registered Walkers who do not want to fundraise are encouraged to make a donation in addition to the registration fee in lieu of raising funds. Please see suggested donation amounts.
Does my registration fee count towards my fundraising?
Your registration DOES count towards your fundraising. Your registration fee is actually your first donation to your fundraising efforts and will be reflected on your personal and team pages. All donations you receive (including self-donations) WILL move the thermometer immediately. Please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Do you have any fundraising tips? Download our fundraising guide Fundraiser Handbook.
Can teens earn community service credit for participating in the Event?
YES! And you can double your community service credits by volunteering with JWW to help with the Walk. Go to the volunteer section of the website to sign up to volunteer.
If your school has a form that must be completed for you to get credit, you must bring it on the day of the Walk. Email email@example.com to learn more.
What if I can't make it to the Walk event on April 7, 2019?
Will you be on vacation, out of town for work, attending church services, or otherwise unavailable on April 7 to attend the Walk? Not a problem - we've got you covered. Just register to join the JWW Walkers in Spirit Team and "walk" virtually from anywhere, even in your pajamas!
Here is how to sign up:
On the Register / Login page click "Create New Account" and then click "Join a Team." Enter JWW Walkers in Spirit in the search box.
I'm not able to Walk but I want to participate in the event. Is there something else I can do?
Absolutely! Come for the music, activities and shopping in the Global Village before and after the Walk.
Volunteers are also needed for event support from set up to cheering on the Walkers. You can sign up to be a volunteer by clicking here or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org telling us that you can volunteer and we will contact you.
Where do I get my T-shirt?
All Walkers with paid registration can pick up their T-shirts at the T-shirt Tent at Check-in & Registration on the day of the event.
Can I get my shirt before the Walk?
You bet! Beat the lines and come dressed for the Walk! Teams may pick up their T-shirts during the scheduled pre-Walk pick-up days, March 27-29. Please call us at (818) 501-1836 to make pick-up arrangements so we will be ready for you!
Can I bring a stroller?
Yes, you can bring a stroller.
Can wheelchairs and walkers be used on the Walk route?
Yes, those using walkers or in wheelchairs can participate in the Walk.
Can I bring a bike? Roller blades? Scooter?
No, for your safety and the safety of all participants, bikes, scooters and roller blades are not permitted on the Walk route.
Can I bring a pet?
For your safety and the safety of all participants, pets are discouraged. This does not apply to Service dogs.
What if it rains?
The 2019 Conejo Valley Walk to End Genocide will take place on April 7, 2019 rain or shine!