Women’s Bank Walk 2017

Women's Bank Walk organised for the 8th time in September 2017

The 8th Women's Bank Walk was organised in over 70 cities in Finland and internationally on 10th September. The events fetched an amazing 85 000 € towards women's livelihood and entrepreneurship in developing countries. Thank you!

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The biggest charity walk in Finland, the Women’s Bank Walk, was organized this year for the eight time. Thousands of people in over 70 cities joined on a walk towards a better future for women in developing countries.

Upcoming events:

Imatra, Luopioinen, Vantaa,  Sauvo and Stuttgart (DE).

Past events:

Finland: Alahärmä, Espoo, Godby, Haapavesi, HakunilaHaminaHelsinkiHämeenlinnaJoensuu, Jyväskylä, Järvenpää, Kalajoki, Kauniainen, KemiKirkkonummi, KivijärviKuopio, Kälviä, Lahti, Lieksa, Loviisa, Maarianhamina, NivalaNokia, Nurmes, NurmijärviOulu, Pieksämäki, PielavesiPietarsaari, Pori, Porvoo, Pudasjärvi, Punkalaidun, Pälkäne, Rovaniemi, Saarijärvi, Seinäjoki, Tampere, TornioTurku, Vaasa, Valkeakoski, Varkaus, Vääksy, Ylivieska and Äänekoski.

Internationally: Berlin (DE), Braunschweig (DE), Bremen (DE), Brussels (BE), Cologne (DE), Dresden (DE), Dubrovnik (HR), Düsseldorf (DE), Frankfurt (DE), Fuengirola (ES), Hamburg (DE), Karlsruhe (DE), Munich (DE), Münster (DE), Pärnu (EE), Rhodes (GR), Stuttgart (DE), Washington D.C. (US) and Wien (AT).

How are the raised donations used?

You can donate as you sign up for the Women’s Bank Walk as well as in the events themselves. With the raised donations Women’s Bank supports the training, livelihood and entrepreneurship of women in developing countries. By supporting women, their families and often the entire village communities benefit, too. Read more about Women’s Bank development work and it’s results.

In 2017 the theme countries of the Women’s Bank Walk are Uganda and Cambodia.

Thank you for giving women in developing countries a brighter future!

Questions? Want to take part in Women’s Bank Walk 2018?

Please get in touch with us:
Arja Schobesberger arja.schobesberger(a)gmail.com
Heidi Hietala heidisusanna.hietala(a)gmail.com

Women’s Bank Walk participants are not insured by the event.