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Walk for Humanity is your way to get active and raise funds to support vulnerable communities on a global scale!


Run, walk, or jog with us while your donations boost international relief operations conducted in socially disadvantaged and disaster-affected areas worldwide by Humanity First Australia Ltd.


This is a ticketed event, so spots are limited!


Join us at 8 am on Saturday, 8th October 2022, at Captain Burke Park, Kangaroo Point.


See you there!

About us:

Humanity First Australia Ltd is a non-political, non-religious and impartial international relief and development agency that focuses on protecting human life and dignity. Providing aid on the basis of necessity alone, irrespective of caste, creed, color or religion. For more information visit

Contact details:

Foad Munir - 0455 888 869

Attaul Waris - 0400 914 398

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