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Walk for Humanity

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Walk for Humanity

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.

 

REGISTER AND JOIN US AT 9 AM ON SATURDAY, 24TH JUNE, AT CAPTAIN BURKE PARK, KANGAROO POINT.

 

Our Adelaide Chapter has raised over $10,000 to help Adelaide’s homeless. 

 

The walk begins and ends at Captain Burke Park with a total distance of 5km

 

You must donate to register, based on the following guide:
Adults: $20
Seniors (Over 65): $15
Children (under 12): $10
5 or under: Free

Click to Register NOW!


About us:

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 https://au.humanityfirst.org

 


Contact details:

Foad Munir - 0455 888 869

 

Ahmed Ibrahim - 0414 541 943

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