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Walk 100km with Your Dog in June

We want you to take part in our Walk 100km with Your Dog in June Challenge.


woman holding her dog that is wearing a red Irish Heart Foundation bandana smiling

Follow these simple steps:

1) Join the Walk 100km with Your Dog Facebook Group.

2) Create a Fundraiser and invite your family, friends and colleagues to sponsor you and support you on your journey by sharing on all your social media platforms.

3) In the group register for your Doggie Bandana and introduce yourself!

By joining the Facebook Group you will see all those taking part in this challenge with you. You can see how everyone is getting on and share stories and photos if you wish, and it’s also a way for you to contact me for any support you may need too.

Check out our challenge Walk 100km with Your Dog in June FAQ for more information.



We can’t wait to Walk 100km with our Dogs in June and raise funds to help save lives from heart disease and stroke. 

Any questions you can email Jordan, jkavanagh@irishheart.ie or ask in our Facebook Fundraising Group.

Walk 100Km with your Dog in June FAQ

• Can I start the challenge without my doggie bandana?

Absolutely – you can start tracking your KM from the first day of June.  When your pack arrives, you can wear it while you’re walking to raise awareness.

• Can I start early/finish after?

Our goal is to 100km between the 1st and the 30th of June but some people may choose to finish later in the month as we know the month can be busy.

• How do I track my Km?

The best way to log your KM on your fundraising page. This is how we will be tracking people’s progress.

For all your walks to count you need to post them to your fundraising page. You will earn your end-of-challenge reward by posting there and sharing your fundraiser page for all your friends to see!

We will send you a daily tracker form with your fundraising pack to record your walks every day.

• Can I do more than 100km?

Of course! If you want to set your own walking goals – Go for it!

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