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11th Feb 2021

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Can you help us walk One Million Steps for KLS in just one week?

Walking regularly is one of the easiest ways to improve our mental health, as well as helping us stay active during lockdown.  Most of us should be aiming to hit around 10,000 steps a day, but blame lockdown and the cold weather, many of us are moving less than we were a year ago. Why not get out and about this spring, help us to walk 1 Million steps in a week and earn much needed funds for KLS?  Log your steps from anywhere in the world and join in the community effort to support KLS.

Sign up here.

This is our first virtual fundraiser and a great opportunity bring our community together for a common goal.

We launch at noon on 12th March – the final tally will be at noon on 19th March 2021

Together let’s walk 1 Million steps – that’s 500 Miles – for KLS!

Walk as many steps as you can manage, even just a few will make a huge difference.

The average person walks around 100 steps in a minute.
5,000 steps – which is about 2.5 miles – will take you about 45 minutes.
10,000 steps – which is about 5 miles – will take you about an hour and a half.

1 Million steps is equal to 500 miles!

Who can take part?

Everyone can take part from anywhere in the world so get your trainers on and walk for KLS.

How to collect sponsorship?

It would be amazing if you could ask friends and family to sponsor your efforts.

Simply visit our Virgin Money Giving Event Page to find out how to join in.  You can set up a sponsorship page as an individual or a team, maybe your office or school would like to set their own team step goal, walk in fancy dress or carrying an egg on a spoon!

We’ve prepared an information pack to help you walk for KLS:

Spring Steps for KLS – Info Pack – 12-19Mar21

Contact

If you’d like to chat about the event or would like to get the information pack with all the details please email [email protected]

Many thanks for your support.

Walk for KLS 12th – 19th March and help us raise much needed funds to continue our vital work in Battersea. 

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