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Walk the Walk Worldwide

Walk the Walk are dedicated to raising money and awareness for vital breast cancer causes and to encourage women, men and children to start walking as a way of keeping fitter, healthier and as an important part of cancer prevention. Our united aim is that no-one should die from breast cancer.

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Registered charity no. SC029572

Member since December 2021

About us

Walk the Walk is the largest grant making breast cancer charity in the UK. granting funds to other charities and organisations throughout the UK, to help them reach our united goals and ambitions of treating breast cancer. Our challenges include the iconic MoonWalks in London, Scotland and Iceland, where thousands of women and men pound the streets through the night wearing decorated bras. We also organise smaller challenges such as the Arctic Marathon, The Camino 100, The Inca trail, amongst others. As a charity, we are committed to supporting research into breast cancer for the future health of us all, to help improve the lives of those who have cancer now, and for prevention. We know that being active and eating well plays a key part in the prevention of breast cancer and other diseases, so we are passionate about encouraging women, men and children to start walking every day as a way of getting fitter and keeping well. Over the past 24 years, Walk the Walk has raised in excess of £137 million, much of which has been granted to support a wide variety of organisations across the UK. Whilst primary breast cancer, if detected early has every chance of being successfully treated, the same cannot be said for those with secondary cancer. Our focus is now firmly fixed on helping to fund research that will enable those with secondaries to have the same hope and choices, we all believe that nobody should die from breast cancer. Walk the Walk has always been very dedicated in its support of integrated care and sees it as an important part of recovery. The emotional, physical and practical support that is offered in many of the centres around the UK has become an invaluable resource in helping people to live well with cancer. Scalp Cooling helps cancer patients to keep their hair whilst undergoing their chemotherapy. It is not lifesaving but makes such a difference to the quality of life for many people. We have granted in excess of £10 million to over 200 NHS Trusts.