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What is Walk4Water

To Develop Empathy

Walk4Water is an annual event organised by Time to Help to raise awareness of water scarcity. On average, women and girls in developing countries walk 6 kilometres (approximately 3.5 miles) a day, carrying 20 litres (about 42 pounds/20 kgs) of water. It is common for this journey to take more than 15 hours a week in some areas.

We will each challenge ourselves to carry 10 litres of water for 5.6 km to build empathy with those struggling to access clean d and safe water. We also want to raise funds to build new water wells. By building these wells we will provide easy access to clean and safe water to thousands of vulnerable people.

We will walk to make their journey shorter.

When and Where

The event will commence on Saturday, Sat 11th May 2024, at 14.00

The route will be approximately 6 km in Central London. The meeting point is Wellington Arch, and the endpoint is Trafalgar Square (in front of the National Gallery building).

Starting from Wellington Arch, we will go straight up to Oxford Street. From there, we will follow Oxford Street up to Tottenham Court Road. Then, we will reach Holborn and go down from Kingsway Road to take a turn onto Great Queen St., passing through Covent Garden. We will then turn left onto St Martin’s Ln to reach the endpoint at Trafalgar Square.

Click the link to access the event route on Google Maps.

How to Register

The registration is open until Sat 11th May 2024, at 14:00 Please fill in the form to register for Walk4Water.

There is a limitation to 70 participants at maximum; please ensure to register as early as possible to secure your place.


This event is organised by Time to Help (UK) registered charity No: 1160467