walk for wagec

Walk 10km at Centennial Park, Sydney on Sunday 5 May to raise money for women and children escaping domestic violence and homelessness.

Walk so that women and children can walk away from violence.

  • Bradley Yates just donated $50.00
  • Anne just donated $120.00
  • J D just donated $50.00
  • Anne just donated $50.00
  • Yvette just donated $35.00
  • Allie just donated $20.00
  • Caris Duncan just donated $50.00
  • Anonymous just donated $35.00
  • Jordan Purdue just donated $20.00
  • Anonymous just donated $20.00
  • Michael Williams just donated $20.00
  • Robyn just donated $30.00
  • Carlos Bacalhau just donated $50.00
  • Lesley Wotton just donated $50.00
  • Dawid just donated $150.00
  • Amanda Robertson just donated $100.00
  • Nicole RICHARDSON just donated $50.00
  • Avocado Consulting just donated $175.00
  • Ai Phaik Siew just donated $100.00
  • Martin Mansfield just donated $100.00

$438,068 raised

$350,000 goal

$438,068 raised

$350,000 goal

online registration is closed

(but you can still register on the day!)

Don't fret if you've missed out on registrating online, you can still register at the event. We can't wait to see you from 7am at Centennial Park on Sunday May 5!

Lace up your joggers and get ready to walk for a good cause. Here's everything you need to know before the big day.


Walk for WAGEC is a 10km walk at Centennial Park, Sydney, to raise money so women and children can walk away from violence. 

It takes all of us to end domestic violence. Help us raise $300,000 to deliver crucial programs for women and children that restore safety, build financial independence and promote their recovery from trauma.

Despite the gravity of the cause, Walk Day is a vibrant celebration of community. There’s something for everyone, with family friendly entertainment, great food from local vendors and even face-painting for our littlest walkers.

Come for a walk with us on Sunday 5 May to build safer futures for women and children.

ways you can walk

Walk for WAGEC as a solo superstar, with a terrific team or as part of a wonderful workplace. Every step forward makes a positive difference in the lives of women and children.

walk solo

Strolling solo? You aren't alone! Plenty of participants go solo to show their solidarity with women leaving violence. 

walk as a team

Assemble a dream team of friends and family, set up your personal profile and pool your donations as a team. The more, the merrier!

walk with your workplace

Connect with your colleages and fund safer futures by walking with your workplace. There's so many benefits to walking with your workplace. Find out more! 

about wagec

Women’s and Girls’ Emergency Centre (WAGEC) is a feminist, grassroots organisation that supports women and children in crisis.

Every night, WAGEC supports 200 women and children impacted by homelessness, domestic violence and systemic disadvantage. We do this by providing material aid, case management, wrap-around support, accommodation and crisis responses.

We are based in Redfern, Sydney and work on the lands of the Gadigal and Wangal people of the Eora Nation.

You're Making a difference

Every dollar donated will fund crucial programs for women and children that restore safety, build financial independence and stop violence before it starts.


Get ahead of bumps in the road by checking out our Frequently Asked Questions below. 

Got a question we haven't answered? Don't be shy! Get in touch with us today. 


If you or someone you know needs support in Australia call 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732) or go to wagec.org.au
For any media enquiries please contact: 

Rachael Phillips, Director of Communities & Fundraising
E: rachael.phillips@wagec.org.au 
M: 0481 014 401

Billie Edwards, Marketing and Communications Manager
E: billie.edwards@wagec.org.au 
M: 0432 094 301