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One Step at a Time Cancer Warrior Walk & Wellness Village 2019

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Whether you have a loved one fighting the cancer battle or simply want to support the cause, get out your walking shoes, gather your family and friends and do the 4km One Step at a Time Cancer Warrior Walk & Wellness Village at the Johannesburg Zoo. 

What Is It?

All Cancer Warriors, their families and friends are invited to join the Breast Health Foundation for the second annual 4km One Step at a Time Cancer Warrior Walk at the Johannesburg Zoo early this February to commemorate World Cancer Day. One Step at a Time is an initiative of the Breast Health Foundation, symbolic of personal triumph and victory from diagnosis, treatment to survivorship. This event is a symbolic message of defiance to go out to all people fighting cancer and stand as an example of what is possible. Exercise plays a very important role in long-term health and walking is an ideal form of exercise that can be enjoyed by the survivors, their families and supporters.

Also, don't forget to take a stroll and enjoy the Wellness Village, which will be offer participants a variety of food trucks as well as prize draws. Each R10 donated equates to one entry into the prize draws after the walk.

A limited amount of goodie bags will be given to the first gate entries on the morning of the event, so get there early to avoid disappointment. Make sure you park at the main zoo entrance in the parkade, which is accessed via Upper Park Drive from 5:00am.

This event is child and wheelchair friendly.

When Is It?

Sunday, 03 February 2018 from 06:00 - 13:00 (walk starts at 08:30).

Where Is It?

The Johannesburg Zoo, Jan Smuts Avenue and Upper Park Drive, Parkview, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

You can enter as an individual or as a team. Individual tickets cost R120 per person online at Ticketpros and R130 per person at the gate.

For More Information

For more information about this event, visit www.mybreast.org.za or check them out on Facebook.

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