Register to Take Part and Make a Positive Difference: Join Walk for Wellbeing 2024

Since its inception in 2020, the industry-wide 20km fundraising walk has seen thousands of hospitality professionals across the UK come together to champion wellbeing. Their collective efforts have raised over £200,000 for Hospitality Action, a testament to the community’s commitment to supporting mental health and wellbeing.

Walk for Wellbeing is much more than just a fundraising event. By participating, you’re advocating for better mental health and wellbeing for everyone in the hospitality sector while also raising crucial funds for Hospitality Action’s vital services.

How Can You Get Involved in 2024?

Walk for Wellbeing offers an accessible and meaningful Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activity. Whether you choose to participate as a workplace team, an individual, or with friends and family, there’s an option that suits you. Registration is free, and you’ll receive a bespoke fundraising page to help you get started.

Join one of the hosted 20km walks across the UK on Sunday, 13 October:

Or choose your own path by walking any distance, at any location, any time from Thursday, 10 October (World Mental Health Day) to Sunday, 27 October 2024.

What Are the Benefits of Taking Part?

By participating in Walk for Wellbeing, you’re not only fundraising for Hospitality Action and highlighting the importance of mental health in hospitality but also boosting your own mental and physical wellbeing. For workplace teams, it’s a fantastic opportunity to develop teamwork skills, build stronger relationships, and promote a more inclusive and collaborative culture.

Help is Where Hospitality Action Is

With mental health issues, the cost-of-living crisis, and fear of homelessness at an all-time high, the funds raised by Walk for Wellbeing will make a significant impact. Your contributions will help:

Starting at 10am with registration at 9.30am, the walk will start and end at Albert’s Schloss in central Birmingham. This engaging 20km walk includes green spaces such as the scenic Edgbaston Reservoir, and takes in parts of Digbeth, the city’s creative quarter and some of Birmingham’s historic canal network.

20km is a significant distance, so come prepared to make the most of your day. Pack water bottles and snacks, wear suitable shoes and clothing (check the weather!) and have emergency contact details to hand. 

Let’s come together to make a positive difference. Let’s walk the walk. Register today and join the movement for wellbeing in hospitality!

Let’s walk the walk and make a difference together – register to take part, today!

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