Q: How do I sign up to participate in the Walk to Cambodia?
A: You can sign up from here.
Q: How long does the Walk to Cambodia go for?
A: From Wednesday 1st April 2020 to Thursday 30 April 2020.
Q: Is there a registration fee?
A: No. Each participant will be encouraged to accumulate as many donations over the course of the event. When you sign up, a donation page will be set up for you to share.
Q: Are donations to my fundraising page tax-deductible?
A: Donations over $2 are tax-deductible within Australia. If you are located in the United States, we can offer tax-deductibility. Please contact us for more information.
Q: Can I sign up in a team?
A: If you sign up to participate, you are signing up as an individual. We welcome you to invite your friends to also sign up and participate. Please contact us if you would like a group fundraising page set up.
Q: Do I have to walk a certain number of steps per day?
A: No, however we encourage all participants to aim for 10,000 steps per day.
Q: Will I be provided with a step counter?
A: All participants are required to use their own step counting device and log their steps via this website. If you do not have a step counting device you can download free apps via your smartphone which will assist you with documenting your steps.
Q: How do I log my steps?
A: Once you register, you will be provided with login details to this website that will allow you to access your profile and submit your steps on a regular basis.
Q: What will the funds raised by this event go towards?
A: All donations will go towards Cambodian children living in poverty. For every $120 you raise, a child in Cambodia will receive a year of education. More information is available here.
Q: What are the hashtags associated with this event?
A: #walktocambodia #healthyapril #humanandhope. You can tag us on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and Facebook. We would love for you to share your progress on social media!
Q: I love this idea, but I don’t walk much each day.
A: That’s why taking part in this event is the perfect way to motivate you to get your steps up! You will be part of a group challenge, whilst also raising crucial funds for education programs in Cambodia.
Want ideas on how to get your step count up?
- Take the stairs instead of the lift at work
- Park as far away as possible from the supermarket
- Have walking meetings instead of sitting at a desk
- Walk around the house during commercial breaks
- Take a post-meal walk, which will also help you digest your food quicker!
- Play ‘catch’ with the kids (or adults) in your life