Women’s Bank Walk 2018
The 9th Women's Bank Walk will bring together thousands of people across Finland and Europe on 9th September 2018 to give their support for women in developing countries. These fun events will be organised by volunteers with the shared aim to raise funds to improve women's livelihood and entrepreneurship in developing countries through Women's Bank projects. You are all warmly welcome!
The biggest charity walk in Finland, the Women’s Bank Walk, will be organized for the ninth time in 2018. Last year, 70 events across Europe brought in 89 000 euros in support of a better future for women in developing countries. Please join us to make this year just as great! Your help will really make a big difference.
Below you can find the list of cities where Women’s Bank Walk events will be held in 2018. The list will be regularly updated.
Alahärmä, Asikkala, Espoo (Haukilahti), Espoo (Leppävaara), Espoo (Suvela), Haapavesi, Helsinki, Hämeenlinna, Imatra, Joensuu, Jyväskylä, Järvenpää, Kalajoki, Kauniainen, Kemi, Kirkkonummi, Kiuruvesi, Kokemäki, Kotka, Kuopio, Kälviä, Lahti, Lieksa, Loviisa, Luopioinen, Nivala, Nokia, Nurmes, Oulu, Pieksämäki, Pori, Pudasjärvi, Pälkäne, Rovaniemi, Saarijärvi, Sastamala, Savonlinna, Seinäjoki, Sipoo, Suonenjoki, Tampere, Turku, Utsjoki, Vaasa, Valkeakoski, Valtimo, Vantaa (Hakunila), Vantaa (Korso), Vantaa (Vantaankoski), Varkaus, Ylitornio, Ähtäri
Bielefield (DE), Berlin (DE), Bochum (DE), Braunschweig (DE), Bremen (DE), Brussels (BEL) Dresden (DE), Dubrovnik (HR), Düsseldorf (DE), Frankfurt (DE), Fuengirola, Hamburg (DE), Karlsruhe (DE), Köln (DE), London (UK), München (DE), Münster (DE), Nürnberg (DE), Rhein-Neckar (DE), Rodos (GR), Stuttgart (DE)
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.
Thank you for giving women in developing countries a brighter future!
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Women’s Bank Walk participants are not insured by the event.