Hands for Hope organises a Walk-A-Thon every year to raise enough money to offer this ‘choice’ of a better education and a better life to these children. The walk-a-thon is a great opportunity to spend a day with your friends and families in the park, walking for your own health and at the same time, walking to help the disadvantaged children in Vietnam. This event continually attracts attendance from people of all age groups and background, from community youth groups, to families, to the elderlies. The event also receives support from many kind and generous community organisations, business sponsors and media groups, without whom such an event would not be possible.
Once again it’s time for our annual Walk-A-Thon 2011 - Walk for the children of Vietnam "Walk for those who can’t". Help the children of Vietnam by participating in our annual Walk-A-Thon. Donations will provide much needed funds for corrective surgery to those who cannot afford it.
Once again it’s time for our annual Walk-A-Thon 2010 - Walk for the children of Vietnam "Walk for those who can’t". Help the children of Vietnam by participating in our annual Walk-A-Thon. Donations will provide much needed funds for corrective surgery to those who cannot afford it.
There were around 170 people attended Hands for Hope 2009 Walk-A-thon "Walk for those who can’t" at Studley Park Fairfield, Victoria. We have raised $18,124.30 on the day and the rest were donations around Australia. The net proceeds of the 2009 Walk-A-thon is $27,756.40.
This year’s Walk-A-Thon was another great event. We’ll even take credit for bringing the much needed rain as soon as the event officially ended! This year’s event attracted over 150 participants. The youngest was a 2 years old boy and the eldest was an 84 years old elderly gentleman. We raised a record of $23,020. This is an incredible achievement.
This year’s Walk-A-Thon was a huge success , being held on a beautiful sunny day and attracting a large number of participants. The youngest participant was a 4 year old girl and the eldest was 82 year old lady. That’s an outstanding achievement considering the age difference. We managed to raise over $8000.
This year the Walk-a-thon was held at Yarra Bend Park, a new and fresh location as compared to the two previous years. The Walk-A-Thon traditionally attracts many young enthusiastic individuals and other diverse groups. The aim is not primarily to fundraise, but also to promote a sense of fun through exercising and active participation in social activities.
Vietnam Flood Relief 2009
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