Walk for Kids with Cancer returns in 2022

01 Mar 2022

It’s time to tighten your shoelaces and mark your calendars – our annual scenic walk from The Rocks to Manly is back on Sunday 10 April 2022.

Take in Sydney’s iconic harbour views while helping sick kids fight cancer. It’s time to rally your family, friends and colleagues together in the name of a good cause and choose a distance with a difference that suits your style.

There are options to suit everyone, from our complete 27km scenic route to our 13km journey and virtual walk.

Every step you take will help the Cancer Centre for Children provide world-class care to more than 244 sick kids at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead each year. The funds raised from this year’s event will support the greatest area of need, in honour of the late Bob ‘Tug’ Wilson.

No child should ever have to go through cancer, but those who do deserve our all.

Providing the best possible cancer treatment to sick kids is challenging, complex and expensive. But with your support, we can go all in and help change the landscape of childhood cancer, for all kids, always. 

To help sick kids fight cancer today, simply;

  1. Visit walkforkidscancer.org.au
  2. Choose a distance with a difference
  3. Register

AND go all in for kids’ health.

For any queries, please contact our friendly Community Relationship Manager, Skye.Chalmers@schf.org.au.

 

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