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Kidney Health Australia’s Big Red Kidney Walk is back
and will be bigger and redder than ever!



On 14 September 2014, Big Red Kidney Walk is back with simultaneous walks to be held in Adelaide, Brisbane, Launceston, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.

The only event of its kind, Kidney Health Australia's Big Red Kidney Walk is designed to help raise awareness and funds for kidney disease across Australia. It is an event that brings the kidney community together for a family fun day where people can meet, go for a walk or run and enjoy a BBQ and entertainment.

The walks will feature varying distances to accommodate walkers and runners of all ages and abilities. A BBQ will be held for all event participants after the walk’s conclusion and will feature entertainment for the whole family.

Last year’s Big Red Kidney Walk saw over 3,000 participants in six states and raised over $95,000. Help us make this year’s walk even bigger and better than 2013!

If you have a special connection with kidney health and want to help raise awareness of this important cause, this walk is for you! Come by yourself, or invite your family and friends. Dress in RED and walk proud in one of Kidney Health Australia's national Big Red Kidney Walks!

Registration is mandatory before the event.Please visit our official event page to register, purchase merchandise and start fundraising today! Register at bigredkidneywalk2014.gofundraise.com.au

For additional information, please contact us at bigredkidneywalk@kidney.org.au


We hope to have you involved in this great event!

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Last updated: Jul 2014.