Walk4Significance 2015

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Walk4Significance Fundraising Event

Walk4Significance is an easy 10km walk to raise funds to provide free physiotherapy for disadvantaged people in our cities.

Every night over 105,000 people in Australian cities don’t have a warm, safe home and bed and are sleeping rough or in similarly poor arrangements. Approximately half of these are young people.  We can’t take for granted that everyone has the same access to physiotherapy to relieve the physical pain caused by these circumstances so SOS Health is making every effort to address this… because all people matter.”

Where will the money go?

All funds raised will be used to provide free physiotherapy and related services for those disadvantaged by homelessness, social poverty or living on the fringe of society.

Take a walk in the park and support SOS Health Probono Physiotherapy Clinics in Melbourne, Brisbane – and soon in Adelaide.

22nd Mar 2015

Mitcham Reserve (SA)

How To Register

A $20.00 Donation applies (registration fee).
Download Walk4Significance – Registration Form here, complete and return to:

Jodie Downes
SOS Health Foundation – State Representative (SA)
Director, 
Back In Motion Blackwood 
T: (08) 8370 3887 
F: (08) 8178 1118 
E: j.downes@soshealth.org.au

or you can

For further information contact Jodie Downes or

Lynda Cunningham 
SOS Health Foundation 
(03) 8762 4070 
l.cunningham@soshealth.org.au

Help us to promote

If you would like to help us promote Walk 4 Significance in your workplace, school or club, feel free to download printable materials:

A3 Walk4 Significance Poster
A4 Walk4 Significance Flyer

Give online

Make an online donation through our secure donation portal (Everyday Hero).

Donate only

100% of all donations go to providing much needed health services to homeless and disadvantaged Australians.

SOS Health Foundation is a registered not-for-profit public benevolent institution, endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient in Australia. Donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.

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