About the Prize draw
Walking for conservation & Mental health
On 1st June 2021, the initial steps of an endurance event will take place. This event involves walking all the way around Lake Kariba, on the Zambia/Zimbabwe border - some 2,200 kilometres in total - and will take three months to complete.
Lake Kariba is the largest man made lake in the world and the purpose of this trek is to raise awareness about conservation and mental health issues as well as the link between the natural world and our mental well being.
Known as Walk4Life, the aim behind it is to start a global conversation about the correlation between nature and our feeling of mental healthiness. We call it the Conservation Conversation and you can learn more about it here.
Conservation and mental health issues affect us all in one way, shape, or form and the need to open up the dialogue on them has never been greater.
where does the prize draw fit into all this?
An event like Walk4Life involves some fairly comprehensive logistics, as well as security and other provisions. Food needs purchasing, as does kit and equipment, flights, fuel, vehicles, etc. All of this needs paying for!
Up until now, everything has been paid for privately, but more funds are needed to enable the event to get over the line and have maximum impact.
And so, this incredible prize draw has been put together as a means of raising further funds for the Walk4Life event. The added bonus is, of course, the fact that YOU could be the lucky winner of an awesome two week luxury safari holiday for five people!
By entering the prize draw, you will be helping Walk4Life achieve its vital aim of shining the spotlight on global conservation and mental health issues.
Register now for the chance to enter the prize draw