Welcome to Walk My Way!

Where will YOU Walk My Way?

On Saturday 1 May, 650 wonderful Walkers stepped out in the Barossa Valley. Young, old, able-bodied, and those who needed a little help - all were united in helping refugee children go to school. See the fun here! Read more here

Now, churches, schools and individuals are jumping on board and doing their own Walk YOUR Way, right where they live. Find out how you can join them, and help change the lives of refugee children forever. Thank you!

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See how you change lives!

For just $26, you can help a refugee child go to school by providing teachers + textbooks + tables.

Teach the Teacher

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.

School for Alongi

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!

Education gives hope!

Teacher Jen Schultz Walk-ed My Way and then visited children you help at Kakuma. She says: “Now I’ve seen the lives of the children in the Camp, I just know that - wow! what a difference it makes for them to have access to education.”

Target: 10,000 children
Raised so far
Children Helped

Do your own thing

I can’t get to any of the planned Walks, so I’d like to do my own Walk.
Great! We’d love you to!

Set yourself a personal walking challenge: climb a local hill carrying 26kgs, walk around the block 26 times, walk backwards for a whole day...

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We’d love you to join us!

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