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We are excited to bring you the Walk the Wall Global Walk-a-thon again in 2021!
Our inclusive walks have been designed so everyone can get involved, whether you're moving on your feet, using a wheelchair, or pushing a pram. Join us in person on event day or take part virtually, wherever you call home.

HOW IT WORKS

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SIGN UP
Register Now for the
Walk the Wall Walk-a-thon
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MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Share your challenge with friends and family, and fundraise to BRING LOVE!
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WALK, SCOOT OR CYCLE
Join thousands of dedicated walkers, wheelers, scooters and cyclers taking the challenge in person or virtually.
Life for children with disabilities in China is hard.
Some children and their families live in a daily struggle with poverty and stress.
Lack of resources and social stigma create pressures that are difficult to bear.
Other children have experienced abandonment because their family couldn't cope.
All of them are in need of vital services. Services that will help them feel loved, have hope for the future, and opportunities to fulfil their dreams.

Jia Xin's story

Jia Xin’s family live in a small apartment of around 60 square metres. Most of the family’s furniture has been collected from what others no longer wanted.
 
Jia Xin’s parents love her very much, but much of their income has been spent desperately trying to meet her medical needs and find answers to her developmental delays. Born prematurely, she needed extra medical care and their expenses grew.
 
Jia Xin's family struggled to find the help they needed to support her fully. During the COVID pandemic, life became so difficult that Jia Xin’s Mother nearly gave up.
 
Through the specialized intervention of the Family Partners (FPP) teachers and therapists, Jia Xin is now opening up to the world. She is able to use her hands more skilfully and is starting to speak. She loves the outings and activities run by FPP and her social skills are blossoming.
 
Her mother now has hope that her future is bright and is daring to dream about all Jia Xin could grow to become.
 
By joining Walk the Wall and raising funds, you will be helping create life-changing opportunities for families like Jia Xin’s.

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PLAN YOUR OWN WALK
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16-17 OCTOBER 2021
Plan your own walk
ANYWHERE
MELBOURNE*
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16-17 OCTOBER 2021
Moved to
PLAN YOUR OWN WALK
BRISBANE
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16 OCTOBER 2021
Porters Paddock Park
TINGALPA
KALAMUNDA - PERTH
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16 OCTOBER 2021
Kalamunda Walk
KALAMUNDA
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Download our interactive Walk the Wall app to track your distance, see how far others around the world are walking, and hear inspiring stories at each watchtower along the Great Wall of China! You’ll be able to share photos with friends and supporters and meet some of the young people  you’re walking for.

Just before the walk, download the app (For Android | For Apple) and simply sign in through your Fundrazr account and choose your walking distance.

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This year we are using RedBubble to produce our t-shirts. 

Make sure you order your t-shirt soon so that it arrives before the 16th of October!

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Download our interactive Walk the Wall app to track your distance, see how far others around the world are walking, and hear inspiring stories at each watchtower along the Great Wall of China! You’ll be able to share photos with friends and supporters and meet some of the young people  you’re walking for.

Just before the walk, download the app (For Android | For Apple) and simply sign in through your Fundrazr account and choose your walking distance.

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Thank you to all our amazing 2021 Walk the Wall walk-a-thon sponsors and supporters.
Your support is invaluable and we couldn't host the event without you!

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ICC Australia
 
Address:
PO Box 262,
Kerrimuir VIC 3129,
Australia
Phone:
+61 1300 951 680
 
Email:
 
ABN: 30 091 040 649
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International China Concern's mission is to provide love, hope and opportunity to vulnerable children in China. If you would like to know more about ICC, please visit chinaconcern.org.