Welcome to Walk My Way!

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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