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Alzheimers NZ Memory Walk

Alzheimers NZ Memory Walk

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When:

  • Sun 23 Sep, 9:00am – 5:00pm

Where:

ZEALANDIA Eco-Sanctuary, Waiapu Road, Karori, Wellington

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Click here to sign up (registration is free of charge). A koha would be greatly appreciated. : $0.00

Website:

GoFundraise

September is World Alzheimers Month! Join our Wellington Memory Walk and help raise awareness for people affected by dementia.

Come along and walk to show your support for people with dementia and their families, friends and care partners. Memory Walks are a great activity for people of all ages and abilities - the walk is around 1km in length and is on level, paved terrain.

To register, please use the ticket link to head on over to our GoFundraise page. There is no registration fee for joining, so a donation would be much appreciated. We rely on the kind generosity of our supporters to be able to help those in need. Every dollar counts and your support is vital to the life of our organisations.

Our friends at Zealandia are generously providing free entry for the day for registered Memory Walk participants.

On the day:
Registration opens at 9AM
Memory Walk begins at 10:30AM

There will also be an opportunity to join extra walks before and after the Memory Walk.

Join us at Zealandia, the world’s first fully-fenced urban ecosanctuary, with an extraordinary 500-year vision to restore a Wellington valley’s forest and freshwater ecosystems as closely as possible to their pre-human state.

Set around a picturesque reservoir, Zealandia is home to some of New Zealand's most rare and extraordinary wildlife - all thriving wild in a world-first protected sanctuary.

See you there!

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