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Walk My Way Tatachilla

Would you like to have a fun day with your friends, challenge yourself AND help others at the same time?


Then Walk My Way Tatachilla is for you!


What is Walk My Way?

  1. A 12-15km or 18-20km walk along the Heysen and Tinjella Trails in the Kutipo region.
  2. Enjoy natural bushland, wildlife and time with friends
  3. It's a great way to challenge yourself – walk OR run!
  4. You get friends and family to sponsor you
  5. Every $26 you raise helps a refugee child in East Africa go to school for a year!

How much does it cost?

It won't cost you anything to register - hooray! - and you'll need your parents' permission to participate.  Everyone who registers gets a Walk My Way tshirt!


Sounds great! How do I sign up?

  1. Register now or register together in class 
  2. Send your fundraising page to your family, friends, colleagues, the dog walker - everyone you know! - to sponsor you
  3. Join with your school community to Walk
  4. Feel awesome that you changed the life of a refugee child!
  5. Celebrate with your school!

When do I receive my Walk My Way t-shirt?

Your t-shirt will be sent to your school in time for you to do the Walk.


COVID-19 considerations

If you have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue or shortness of breath, please do not attend.


Got questions?

Ask your coordinator, Mr McElligott.


See how you change lives!

For just $26, you can help a refugee child go to school by providing teachers + textbooks + tables.


Teach the Teacher


Through Walk My Way, you can help train a refugee Primary teacher at Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya. Average class size is 123 & children may be traumatised. Teachers in core subjects like Science, Maths & English needed.



School for Alongi


Alongi is 4 and lives at Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya. His family escaped conflict in Congo. School helps children like Alongi recover from trauma, make new friends, follow a routine - and learn!


Education gives hope!


Teacher Jen Schultz Walk-ed My Way and then visited children you help at Kakuma. She says: “Now I’ve seen the lives of the children in the Camp, I just know that - wow! what a difference it makes for them to have access to education.”

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