The event is held annually in LondonEdinburgh and Iceland. Walk the Walk then grants money to other charities and organizations throughout the UK. Many celebrities and designers have created spectacular decorated bras for Walk the Walk.
Nearlypeople will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. That could be anyone in your family or even you. To help stop the disease in its tracks, millions of people join in single-day breast cancer charity walks for the cause, and thousands more participate in challenging multi-day breast cancer walks.
Breast cancer charity Walk the Walk is on the lookout for volunteers to help with their Moonwalk event later this month. As thousands of walkers take to the streets of Edinburgh overnight in colourful costumes to raise money, the charity is in need of helpers to make sure everything runs smoothly. There are a variety of roles, from keeping walkers hydrated by handing out water and providing encouragement out on the route by being part of the cheer squad, through to cycle marshals and helping in the baggage tent.
Hundreds of people are lacing up their walking boots for the Pink Ribbonwalk. Hundreds of people are lacing up their walking boots in preparation for the Pink Ribbonwalk: Glasgow at Night in aid of Breast Cancer Care. There are five, 10 or 20 mile options so those getting involved can choose a route that suits them.
We want you to have the best time at Shine Night Walk, so we've changed how we start Shine London following feedback on congestion at the start venue. We will now start each distance in waves with 10 minute intervals as follows:. Not everyone can be in the first wave, which we know from previous years is usually the most popular, so do make full use of the time allocated, otherwise you may spend longer queuing we'll provide more information nearer to the event.
Walk through the beautiful woods and fields of Chatsworth and the Peak District on a charity walk. Join us in April for the Easter Walk With 25 miles or 25 km options - it'
Thousands of people marched through the moonlit streets of London on Saturday night in support of those suffering with breast cancer. The 20th annual MoonWalk London saw 15, men and women — adorned with decorated bras — power walking 26 miles through the capital. The march was in aide of Walk the Walk — the charity behind the event — which provides grants for research and support for those suffering with breast cancer.
The 10k walking event will see men, women and children uniting through light to raise money for life-saving research. People are invited to sign up now and choose to raise money for the area of cancer research closest to their hearts. Shine participants can choose to support one of 12 different areas of scientific research. Liverpool is one of just ten locations across the UK selected to hold Shine Night Walk events in