Sunday July 15th 2018

Little Haven Palliative Care’s  Gratitude Fun Run/Walk is coming up again on Sunday July 15th 2018

Online Registrations now open Click Here to Register

This event is an important part of Little Haven Week held annually. The Gratitude Walk and Fun Run provides an opportunity for participants to raise much needed funds for the vital services Little Haven provides in our community and to honour friends and family who have passed.

A unique opportunity to walk/trot/run around the historic Gympie Showgrounds racetrack then head out along the gently sloping footpath along Exhibition Rd down to the beautiful Mary River along the new Mary River Walkway and back to the  showgrounds.

Fancy dress and wearing a Gratitude Walk TShirt is encouraged with prizes for best dressed individual (Child and Adult) and best dressed team.

Start collecting Sponsors today to be in the draw for Highest Fundraisers prizes. See how here

This course is safe, pleasant and fairly flat for most of the route.

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