Nightwalk for hope

COming Spring 2018...


About event


Each Spring, FOR THE SILENT hosts it's annual Nightwalk for Hope, an awareness event shining a light on modern day slavery in east Texas.

This family-friendly fundraiser includes free food, children's activities, music, and more. As the sun sets around 8:15pm we conclude the night with a 2-mile walk on a section of the Rose Rudman trail.

We carry lanterns to light our way and to symbolize "hope in the darkness".


Follow the Nightwalk Facebook page to stay updated.



registration will begin in January 



Event DAy details


· Event sign-in and registration begins at 6pm in Rose Rudman’s Southside Park and we will start walking as the sun sets around 8:15 pm.

· T-shirts can be picked up at the registration table for participants who have pre-registered online. 

· We will have food, kids' activities, and music before the walk begins -- so bring your family and a lawn chair or blanket, and enjoy a fun community atmosphere.

· We will have security, adequate lighting, and port-a-potties to help ensure everyone has a great time.



Thanks to Jason Berrier and Lightbox Collective for the video.



From 2016 Nightwalk

Thanks to Matt Hogan for the pictures.



A big thank you to our sponsors!


If you are interested in being a sponsor, please email kelly@forthesilent.org