Nepal and domestic violence walk
Kyogle mayor Danielle Mulholland, Express Examiner editor Samantha Elley and Decadent Diva Australia business owner Leah Hobbs have signed up for the Kyogle Community Gym's 100km Challenge for May.
Over the rest of this month all three ladies will be pounding the pavement, treadmill and any other surface to ensure they do at least 3.22km a day, along with 70+ other people who have signed up.
There will be a difference, however, as the trio will be raising money to help in Nepal and also support programs against domestic violence in Kyogle.
If you would like to help then please feel free to donate here.
Will get back on here with final kms and dollars raised as soon as I can.
Also, did you know just under half a million Australian women reported that they had experienced physical or sexual violence or sexual assault in the past 12 months?
Help us to help others on an international and local scale.
We've passed the half way mark and are progressing well with our walking:
We would love your support to help others.
Sam - 39.14km
Danielle - 26.4km
Leah - 30km
Would love to see more donations coming in as we try to raise money to help those overseas as well as in our own backyard. :)
Hi Narelle. We were doing a 'Charlies Angels' theme, you know, three tough chicks fighting to help the world. I'm sorry you've taken it the way you have, but glad you donated to help Nepal. Take care.
why make a "gun" with your hands? especially when you're talking about violence. I find it off-putting. nofundfromme. I donated to Red Cross for Nepal.