The Big Walk for the Ruth Hayman Trust
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05 March 2018
Midlands, London, South East England
Following in the footsteps of three pioneering fundraisers 21 years ago, a group of Ruth Hayman Trust (NATECLA's nominated charity) trustees and supporters will be doing a 140 mile sponsored walk along the Grand Union Canal from Birmingham to London. The Trust provides small educational grants to adults who have come to settle in the UK and whose first language is not English. Many of these are asylum seekers and refugees.
Give them a great send off in Birmingham on Sunday 6 May at the beginning of the Big Walk, join them at any point along the route or in triumph in London on Saturday 19 May. Please let us know at email@example.com if you are planning to join the walk.
Or organise your own big walk
If the Grand Union Canal doesn't pass through your area, feel free to organise your own walk – along another canal or wherever you fancy. If you're a teacher, invite your students along for a fantastic day out, walking and talking and raising money for a great cause. See instructions for walk organisers
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teachers: The Trust have developed teaching resources to help you encourage your learners to take part in this extremely worthwhile fundraising challenge.
>> Download them from the Ruth Hayman Trust website.
Support the walkers - donate money
To help us reach our goal of £15,000, please sponsor the walkers and get your friends and family to support your fundraising efforts. It's easy through BT MyDonate or by cheque to Ruth Hayman Trust, POBox 17685, London N6 6WD.
Find out more
Download the Big Walk leaflet and don't forget to forward it on to friends and family if you do plan to take part. .
For further information email email@example.com.