Diabetes Australia Walk to Work Day
Diabetes Australia Walk to Work Day
Friday 7 October 2016
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  • Walk to Work Instagram Competition

    Instagram Competition

    Submit your photos and tag #WTW for your chance to win one of six pairs of the new ASICS GEL-Ballarat shoes.

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  • Letter from the PM

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

    ... encourages Australians to get on their feet this Friday 13 Nov for Diabetes Australia Walk to Work Day and make it a day of resolution to take greater 'strides' to improve their health.

    VIEW THE LETTER
  • Fundraise with Walk to Work

    Fundraise with Walk to Work

    This year we are encouraging all employers and employees to start walking now, to improve their health and well-being and raise funds for Diabetes Australia.

    You can participate as an Individual or create a Team. Organisations may wish to support their employees' fund-raising efforts, or create Organisation/Company Teams.

  • Transport for NSW

    Proudly Supported by

    Transport for NSW

    We can't all walk the distance to work,
    but we encourage everyone to walk to their nearest public transport.

  • Iron-man Guy Leach, Leading nutritionist Dr Joanna McMillan and Diabetes Australia's Michael Goldman

     

     

    Iron-man Guy Leach, leading nutritionist Dr Joanna McMillan and Diabetes Australia’s Michael Goldman, lead a team of happy Walking Class Heroes who were snapped promoting the Walk to Work campaign recently

  • Communications Minister (now Prime Minister) the Hon Malcolm Turnbull

     

     

    Communications Minister (now Prime Minister) the Hon Malcolm Turnbull, addresses the media at Wynyard Park, Sydney, after walking across the Harbour Bridge, to help promote Diabetes Australia Walk to Work Day, on 14 November 2014.

  • Walk to Work App

    Download the new WTW App to map and evaluate your walks:

People who walk before or during work are generally healthier, more productive and less likely to be sick or absent. It's in the best interests of all individuals and organisations to build walking into their daily routine and support the Walk to Work program.

STEP 1

SET YOUR WALKING GOAL

Get Active, Get Healthy. How many kilometres can YOU walk by 7 October 2016?

STEP 2

CREATE YOUR FUNDRAISING PAGE

Ask your organisation, colleagues, friends and family to sponsor you

STEP 3

START WALKING TODAY

Build walking into your daily routine and raise funds for Diabetes Australia

People who walk before or during work are generally healthier, more productive and less likely to be sick or absent. It's in the best interests of all individuals and organisations to build walking into their daily routine and support the Walk to Work program.

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