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Walk A Mile In Her Shoes

Saturday, June 9, 2018 

We invite you to join us Saturday, June 9, 2018 as Cornerstone Family Violence Prevention Centre calls upon all the good men of Northumberland County to take to the streets as a part of our 11th Annual Walk A Mile In Her Shoes® event.  

Walk A Mile In Her Shoes® is an international men’s march to stop gender violence; it’s a fun opportunity for men to educate the community about a very serious subject and to rally the community to take action to prevent family violence.

We hope you will help us bring the community to their feet as we march down King St. raising eyebrows and awareness to support and prevent family violence.

Register Now!

Part of the  Busker & Street Festival – Downtown Cobourg 
09:30 | Walker Check – In @ Cobourg Public Library 
10:30 | Opening Remarks and Walker Warm-up
11:00 | Walk Commences 
11:30 | Wrap Up BBQ @ Friendly Fires with Rogers Wireless and King Street Brass

Please Note 

You can borrow a pair of our red high-heels (first come basis) or borrow a pair of 2 – 4 inch heels from your wife, friend or neighbour. If you are unable to wear a heel, we would still like you to participate. Wear something red and consider decorating a pair of shoes or carrying a pair of heels.

An advanced shoe fitting will be held Thursday, June 7th from 9am – 6pm at Cornerstone’s offices located at 40 Swayne St. in Cobourg. Shoes can also be fitted and borrowed day of the event. Please remember shoes are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.


We are asking participants to return pledge forms and all money collected on:

  • Thursday, June 15th between 9:00am and 6:00pm
  • Cornerstone, 40 Swayne Street, Cobourg
  • You will also be fitted for your fancy heels on this date if you are borrowing.


Cornerstone offers all participants a commemorative t-shirt to wear during the walk and to keep as a memento of your bravery for rocking red shoes in support of Cornerstone.

If you are participating with your organization, company or service club etc. you are welcome to wear your uniform or attire of your choice to highlight said organization, company or service club.

 We encourage all participants to dress for the weather. 


Together, we can create a safe place where hope can take root and grow… one step at a time.

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