NASHVILLE: You Have the Power (YHTP) will host the Fifth Annual Walk Off Crime for No More Victims at the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge (formerly the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge) at 9:30 a.m.. YHTP is partnering with the Tennessee Department of Corrections (TDOC) for the event, and the title sponsor will be TRICOR.
This 5K walk through downtown Nashville will allow participants to show support for the mission of YHTP – to educate, advocate, and empower individuals who are impacted by violent crime.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for me to give back to an agency that does so much for the empowerment of victims of violent crime. Whether a person is a victim of rape, assault, or murder, that survivor and/or their family need the support of agencies like You Have the Power.” — Honorary chair Diane Lance
Registration for individuals is $20, and student registration is only $10. Families of two adults and two children may register for $35 and a “Power Team” of up to fifteen people may register for $150. “Sleep Walker” registration is also available at $30 for those who are unable to walk or attend the event but still wish to donate. Registration prices will increase the day of the event. To register in advance, visit the You Have the Power website. On the day of the event, registration will begin at 8:45 a.m..
Three levels of sponsorship for the walk are also available. Sponsorship includes name and logo placement on YHTP promotional material, a printed sign displayed along the walk route, a company logo displayed on the water stations at the walk, and more. Sponsorship levels include Bronze ($250), Gold ($1,000), and Elite Platinum ($1,500). All donations are 100% tax deductible and enable YHTP to continue providing support to crime victims.
To sponsor the Walk Off Crime for No More Victims, call Veronica Clark at (615) 292-7027 or visit the You Have the Power website for more information.
The Walk Off Crime for No More Victims is the signature event for You Have the Power… Know How to Use It and celebrates 21 years of serving the community as a state-wide non-profit victim advocacy organization. Founded in 1993 by former First Lady of Tennessee Andrea Conte, who herself was a victim of a kidnapping in 1988, the organization’s mission is to advocate, educate and empower victims and communities impacted by violent crime.
Our generous title sponsor this year is TRICOR. Other sponsors include Fletcher and Diane Lance, the Honorable Joe Brinkley, Jr., Fat Bottom Brewery, Glenn Funk, Allegra Walker, and Brenda Wynn.