Photo from the end of the ADSA Walk 2019
ADSA Walk volunteers, supporters, friends and family, and everyone interested in this lifesaving event,
Like so many important community events COVID19 stay safe rules and medical advice are that there can be no ADSA Walk in 2020.
Please everyone stay safe. Read on to learn more about the ADSA Walk and to view the galleries and stories from previous Walks.
The ADSA Walk is both a mesothelioma walk and an asbestos walk and is the short name for the Asbestos Diseases Society of Australia Walk for Research and Awareness an event to raise funds for mesothelioma research and promote asbestos awareness.
The ADSA Walk started in 2012 with the ADSA Wittenoom Childrens’ Walk from Kalgoorlie to Perth. Since then we have covered the distance from Dunsborough to Perth ADSA Walk 2013, Pemberton to Perth ADSA Walk 2014, Albany to Perth ADSA Walk 2015, Geraldton to Perth ADSA Walk 2016, Merredin to Perth ADSA Walk 2017, Wave Rock, Hyden to Perth ADSA Walk 2018, and Augusta to Perth ADSA Walk 2019.
How can I be part of the ADSA Walk?
The spirit of the ADSA Walk is “if you walk one step you walk with us”.
In this spirit ADSA Walk Team members are sponsored to be part of the ADSA Walk regardless of the distance they walk. Sponsor the intrepid ADSA Walk Team who do their part in the long walk from the country to the city, or get sponsored yourself and join the Team for the day at the ADSA Walk Around Town. Be part of the walk up to Parliament House starting from the front of the Wellington Street Train Station in Perth or be there to welcome home the ADSA Walk Team at Solidarity Park behind Parliament House. For more information call 1800 646 690 or 08 9344 4077 or email email@example.com
ADSA Walk 2018 giant cheque presentation at the ADSA Christmas Picnic (left to right) Dr Melvin Chin ADSA Phd Scholarship Recipient, Rose Marie Vojakovic AM, Robert Vojakovic AM JP, and Prof Jenette Creaney
All sponsorships and donations go to fund the ADSA PhD Scholarship in Mesothelioma and are tax deductible.
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