Run, jog, walk, ride or swim
Go 100K Your Way!
Feel good, get moving and raise funds to help people who are blind or have low vision keep independently mobile.
Thank you so much to every person who particiapted in 100K Your Way this year. What an incredible achievement!
Thank you to everyone who donated and for your dedication to help people who are blind or have low vistion stay independantly mobile. We can't wait to see you again next April!
Your impact so far
Total amount raised
- Dan just donated $1
- Amin just donated $31.65
- Rotary Club just donated $103
- Makedonka Del-Ben just donated $105.50
- Noodle just donated $31.65
- Susan Millard just donated $100
- Laurence Keaney just donated $62.25
- Caitlin just donated $40
- Dylan Jones just donated $105.50
- Greg Bowman just donated $54.86
- Natalie Hoover just donated $52.75
- Team Venom just donated $105.50
- Dylan P just donated $21.10
- John Tendys just donated $26
- Kimberly Guy just donated $21.10
- Chrissie Norman just donated $31.65
- Jess Harts just donated $54.86
- Metafit Australia just donated $26
- Carol Caruana just donated $30
- Harriet just donated $54.86
We often take exercise for granted, but for someone who is blind or has low vision a walk or a run isn’t always easy. That’s why, to help raise funds to support people who are blind or have low vision stay active and independent, we’re asking you to run, walk or roll 100K in a month.
Go 100K Your Way! Feel good, get moving and help people who are blind or have low vision keep independently mobile.
How it works
Sign up now for FREE. Run, walk or roll your way to 100K this April and make a difference
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To empower Australians living with blindness or low vision to stay active and independant
Share your 100K
Share your journey over the month of April, use #100KYourWay @visionaustralia
“Exercise keeps you positive. It’s a wonderful thing, the endorphins that you get from exercise are so invigorating and uplifting.” Mick, 67-year-old blind para-triathlete, pictured with his running guide Kellie.