Where will YOU Walk My Way?

COVID has changed the way we live ... so Walk My Way has changed too!


Churches, schools and individuals are jumping on board and doing their own Walk My Way, right where they live so children like Grace at Kakuma Refugee Camp can go to school.

You’re invited to join us and step out so refugee children can step IN to school!

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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 teacher like Au Man Gaw Ni at a camp in Sittwe, Myanmar: “It is my dream job to be a teacher. We have 148 children here and four teachers. With education, children can build a better life, so they can be a success.’

90 kms of kids!

Your kindness through Walk My Way and ALWS helps deliver education to 60,000 children at Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya including children with disabilities. At 1.5 metre COVID-distancing, that’s a school line-up of refugee children 90 kilometres long!

Hope for the future

Helen shares the reason she decided to Walk My Way: “Our own children had a great education offered to them with so many opportunities. I knew that if we could do the same for the refugee children it would give them hope for their futures.’

Target: 10,000 children
Raised so far
Children Helped

Can I do my own thing?

Of course! 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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Walking together with thanks to

We’d love you to join us!

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