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Gift of Life Walk

Event information


2 Jun 24 at 7:00 am-11:00 am


Bayside Park, Manly




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For more information, please contact the DonateLife Qld office at [email protected] or 07 3176 2350.

Hosted By

Gift of Life

About the event

Taking strides to save lives – Gift of Life Walk supporting organ & tissue donation

Locals from Wynnum Manly and beyond are invited to attend our annual Gift of Life walk at the Wynnum Manly foreshore.

On Sunday, 2 June, join a group of passionate supporters to raise awareness for organ and tissue donation by taking strides to save lives.

First organised by Bayside local Margie Kruger in 2021, the Wynnum Manly walk is one way to get the community together and help spread the word about registering as an organ and tissue donor.

Margie has been advocating for organ and tissue donation through DonateLife since her partner passed away while waiting for a lung transplant in 2007. Like many other generous Australians, her partner was able to help others by donating tissue.

“The walk is a great way to start conversations with family and friends about organ and tissue donation. Our hope is that more Australians can receive a life-changing transplant with more families saying yes to donation.”

About the Walk
The Wynnum Manly Gift of Life Walk will meet at 6.45am for a 7am start, on Sunday, 2 June 2024. The walk will start from Bayside Park at Manly and head to Wynnum Creek, then returning to Bayside Park for a free BBQ breakfast kindly provided by the Rotary Club of Wynnum & Manly.

About the host
About Gift of Life
Gift of Life Incorporated is a not-for-profit association based in Canberra which aims to promote greater community awareness of the importance of organ and tissue donation and transplantation in order to save many more Australian lives.
Gift of Life is a community partner of DonateLife and works closely with the Government’s Organ and Tissue Authority in advancing the national DonateLife campaign. We are involved through direct meetings and advisory committees.