Walk My Way gives you the chance to join with people around Australia in a 26km walking challenge - and raise money to help refugee children go to school!
In 2020, join us for brekkie and barbie in the Barossa, walk off those Easter choccies in Melbourne, or soak up the sun on the Gold Coast! Find out more and register now!
For just $26, you can help a refugee child go to school by providing teachers + textbooks + tables.
Through Walk My Way, you can help train a refugee Primary teacher at Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya. Average class size is 123 & children may be traumatised. Teachers in core subjects like Science, Maths & English needed.
Alongi is 4 and lives at Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya. His family escaped conflict in Congo. School helps children like Alongi recover from trauma, make new friends, follow a routine - and learn!
Student Hayet is so grateful for her new school at Ali Addeh Refugee Camp in Djibouti. She says: “ Education is light. Who has not education, I think it is like they are blind”.
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