Melbourne Walk-A-Thon 2018
Walk-A-thon “Walk for Those Who Can’t” Melbourne – Autumn 2018
Date: Sunday 22nd April 2018
Venue: Footscray Park, Melbourne Victoria
Register to Join: https://goo.gl/forms/b5X6VDSLl3cGsjIm1
H4H’s Walk-A-Thon is an annual fundraising event since 2003. All proceeds from this fundraising event are allocated to H4H Corrective Surgery Program. Every step we take on this walk and every dollar we raise, will help a child in Vietnam to discover the possibilities of walking, moving about on their own, and overcoming the disabilities most of them have known since birth. Hands for Hope aims to complete 100 surgery cases annually at the cost of $300/case.
Community Engagement is one of our core operational principles. This annual event brings our community together, promoting active lifestyle and raising funds for a great cause. This is a public event and we are partnering with a number of community groups in Victoria for this unique event and would love to include you! Our community leaders and partners to date include:
VTEAM Taekwondo – Hiep H Phan
Tran Hung Dao Scout Group – St Albans – Chris Linh Nguyen
VSA Victoria – Mai Phuong Dinh
Gia Đình Phật Tử Đại Hoan Hỷ – Son Hoang
Dr Trang Hoang
MUST REGISTER TO JOIN
1. Register online here and receive your Registration ID plus Sponsorship Form
2.To print your own paper version of the Walk-A-Thon Info Pack & Registration Form here:
H4H WAT 2018 Info Pack (English) / H4H WAT 2018 Info Pack (Vietnamese)
H4H WAT 2018 Registration Form
Would you like to volunteer with us on the day and be a part of this amazing event? We’d love to hear from you. Head over to our Facebook page and PM us.
H4H Walk-A-Thon Facebook Event Page
0401 557 809
H4H Corrective Surgery Program
Aim: To assist poor children in remote parts of Vietnam, who are living with physical disabilities, which take away their self-reliance and prevent them from being able to fully participate in the community around them. The program coordinates and funds the necessary surgery and rehabilitation required to correct or alleviate their disabilities. To date H4H has completed over 1,176 surgery cases.