Walk A Mile In Her Shoes Waynesboro



Friday, October 14, 2022

Mainstreet Park, Waynesboro
Check-In starts at 5pm
Walk starts at 6pm


This year, Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is coming to Waynesboro for the very first time!


Register as an individual walker or as a team of up to 4 members. Have more than 4 people? Create different teams and make it a challenge!

You also have the option of registering as a walker, supporter, or a student. All registrations come with a Walk a Mile t-shirt. Walker registration is for males only and also includes rental of red high heels. Supporter registration is for women or men who are not able to wear heels but still want to participate. Student registration is for students aged 17 and under and comes with rental of red high heels for males. See registration fees below:

Use the donation collection form (link below). You can also encourage donors to go to winservices.org/wamdonate to make a donation online.

All donations stay local at Women In Need to help us provide services free of charge to victims of domestic and sexual abuse in Franklin and Fulton counties.

Download Donation Form


The walk will begin at Mainstreet Park and go to Potomac Street and back. If WIN’s high heels were rented, they can be returned back at the park.


Come for the Walk, Stay for the Show!

Join us after the walk for a concert by

Bobby D and the Truckstop Burritos!

The concert will be at Mainstreet Park from 7pm-9pm.

Cover Charge: $5

Click one of the buttons below to register or donate to the event.



Walk A Mile In Her Shoes


Please join us for our annual Walk A Mile In Her Shoes fundraising/awareness event!


When: Friday, May 6
Time: 5 p.m. Registration, Walk from 6 to 7 p.m.
Where: Downtown Chambersburg – starting at King Street Church


This year, Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is back in person! Join us in downtown Chambersburg to march against sexual violence.

As in previous years, anyone can register to walk and we offer various registration levels!


$25 – Walker Registration (males only): includes t-shirt and rental of high heels

$20 – Supporter Registration: includes t-shirt

$15 – Student Registration (under 18): includes t-shirt


All registrants are asked to help fundraise by collecting donations from friends, family, co-workers, etc. All of these donations go directly to WIN to provide services for victims of domestic and sexual violence in Franklin and Fulton counties.


Click the button below to make a donation to a walker or to the event.


To register, fill out the form below:

Dangerousness and Lethality Assessment

WHEN: Friday, Dec. 9, 2022



TIME: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
To register, please complete the form below. Email any questions to ericw@winservices.org



Understanding Trauma

Understanding trauma and the aftermath is important for anyone who works with victims. When a victim experiences trauma, certain indicators may be present that can offer insight into their behavior. Trauma can also affect a victim’s ability to remember and recall details of the event. When officers are trauma informed, it can minimize the likelihood of re-traumatizing the victim, and promote healing and empowerment. Another crucial area to emphasize is using trauma indicators as evidence, and how we can use this to hold those responsible for the trauma accountable. Misunderstanding trauma can lead to negative outcomes in investigations, and also pose potential long-term, devastating consequences for the victim, future victims, and community.

This training will focus on the brain and body’s response to trauma. We will also be discussing trauma-informed interviewing and talking about strategies to reframe questions in a trauma-informed manner. By the end of the training, participants will also understand the impact of accurate report writing and documenting trauma. We will wrap up with a discussion on vicarious trauma.

*Angela Weekes is a retired law enforcement officer with over 26 years of experience with specialized training in the areas of domestic violence, sexual abuse, and child absuse.*

WHEN: Thursday, Sept. 1, 2022


To register, please complete the form below. Email any questions to ericw@winservices.org



Digital Stalking & Other Technology Threats for Victims of Domestic Violence

This 6-hour training, provided by Rob Soop, is a unique and eye-opening class for prosecutors, law enforcement, victim
advocates, school personnel and anyone working in the judicial system who wants to
learn more on how everyday technologies are being used (or misused) to avoid or
detect investigations, stalk someone, or learn personal details about a person and
their families. Not only will this class examine and demonstrate how individuals are
unwittingly providing information about themselves and their activities, it will also reveal
the ways perpetrators are accessing the information. Most importantly, the
training provides investigative tools and simple, inexpensive ways to help mitigate that
loss and protect the information.

*Rob Soop is a retired Supervisory Special Agent with the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General Computer Forensics Unit, and the Founder Lead Consultant for Specialized Investigative Consultants.*

WHEN: June 16, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.


To register, please complete the form below. Email any questions to ericw@winservices.org




Adult Victims of Violence: Why Don’t They Know Better?

This 6-hour training will address the numerous weapons offenders use to ensure their success, exposing the ways they manipulate their victims and the community,   means they use to get the victim to respond in a way that protects the offender, and the specific weapons they use to camouflage and confuse those investigating and prosecuting sexual offenses. This will include (mis)use of the relationship with the victim, use of alcohol to facilitate rape, institutional abuse and use of status by the offender, and manipulation of victim response to assault (production of “counterintuitive” behavior).

WHEN: December 10, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.


To register, please complete the form below. Email any questions to baileyw@winservices.org




Strangulation with Angela Weekes

Strangulation has been identified as one of the most lethal forms of domestic violence and sexual assault. Unconsciousness may occur within seconds and death within minutes. When domestic violence perpetrators choke (strangle) their victims, not only is this felonious assault, but it may be an attempted homicide. This training will focus on the background of strangulation investigations. We will cover topics such as the mechanism of injury, evidence documentation, working with victims, and scene investigation.

WHEN: November18, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.


To register, please complete the form below. Email any questions to baileyw@winservices.org




Virtual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes 2020

Please join us for our 8th Annual Walk A Mile In Her Shoes Virtual event!

Every year in the U.S., an estimated 12 million men and women are victims of rape, physical violence and stalking by an intimate partner. We are walking 12 miles in 12 days to honor those victims. In other words, we’re walking a mile a day!

Register for our walk and set your goal of walking one mile a day. Also set a fundraising goal! Every penny you raise goes directly to Women In Need to help us provide services for victims in Franklin and Fulton Counties. Plus, you’ll earn some cool prizes!

Anyone can register for this event, and registration is pay-what-you-want by donation. By registering, you’ll also get set up with your own fundraising page that you can share! 
Starting Thursday, September 3rd through Monday, September 14, track your steps with ChallengeRunner. Aim to get at least 2,000 steps a day.
At the end of the challenge, the person who gets the most steps will win a gift basket full of awesome goodies! Those who participate in fundraising/donating will also win some cool prizes based on how much they raise.
Prize tiers (prizes are cumulative):
-$10 to $24- WAM 2020 mask
-$25 to $74- WAM 2020 t-shirt
-$75 to $99- WAM water bottle
-$100 to $199- WAM tote bag
-$200 to $299- Entry to win GrubHub and Doordash Gift card bundle
-$300 to $399- Entry for quarantine-themed prize basket (fun games and goodies you can do from the safety of your own home)
-$400 to $499- Entry for fitness tracker drawing
-$500 plus- Entry for tablet drawing
*If you previously registered before when the walk was to take place in-person, please know that your registration will still count towards the virtual event.*
Thank you for being patient with us as we work to navigate the best way to host this event while ensuring the safety of all participants, volunteers, and staff. We sincerely hope to see you in-person again for the walk next year!


Collecting Donations

Walkers and Supporters are highly encouraged to collect donations for the walk. All donations and proceeds from this event go directly to Women In Need to help continue to provide essential services in Franklin and Fulton counties.

This year, there are two ways to collect donations!


Image of an example personal fundraising page on GoFundMe Charity.


When you register online through GoFundMe Charity, you will get to set up your own fundraising page! You can share it on social media, through email, and even text to get friends and family from anywhere to donate to your walk!






You can also collect donations in-person using our Donation Collection Form. Click on the image to download the form.

Use any envelope, bag, or jar to collect cash donations or checks. Make checks payable to Women In Need, Inc.

Then bring all the donations you’ve collected to the event!

WIN Bingo

BINGO WILL TAKE PLACE ON  3/27/22. If you are interested in purchasing a ticket, please contact The American Legion directly. Thank you! 


Please consider joining us for a day of Bingo fun! All proceeds benefit our agency and our continued mission to empower all survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault.