Women Walk the World 2016

January 21, 2016 10:57 pm

Women Walk the World is an annual event, where women’s groups in many countries organise walks in their communities along local tracks and trails, to raise funds for the Associated Country Women of the World.

It’s a great way to come together, catch up with friends and have some fun and healthy exercise along the way.

The date for the event is
Friday 29 April– ACWW Day – though walks can take place at other dates around that time if more convenient.

Here’s What You Do:

1.Decide on a walk for your group. It can range from a stroll around the park, a hike through the bush, an amble around a neighbourhood or along a walkway.

2.Invite others. This is a great way to reach out to new potential members, and include families and friends.

3.Go to the
online registration form, fill it in and email 
[email protected] or post to national office before your walk, so we know what walks are taking place and can promote them.

4.We have
t shirts and
pedometers for groups that register. Initially one set per group on a first-come, first-served basis. These will be sent on receipt of your registration form.
5.The idea is to raise funds. This could be done through sponsorship, a gold coin donation, or perhaps an afternoon tea or sausage sizzle afterwards. Here is a
sponsorship form you can use.
6.Tally up the
number of people who attend and the
distance walked.

7.
Take photos and send to national office so we can publicise your walks and use on our website and Facebook pages. Email
[email protected]

8.Send your funds raised, and details of kilometres walked to national office.

 

Photos from Walk the world events to come!

 

 

More About The Work Of ACWW

ACWW connects and supports women and communities worldwide by:

• Working in partnership with member societies to offer mutual support

• Connecting at international level through UN representation

• Funding community development projects

• Supporting agricultural initiatives

Find out more about ACWW
here.

 

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