Let’s Take A Walk is a non-profit, 10km, 50km and 100km endurance walking event organised by a group of like-minded volunteers from Raleigh Singapore who share the conviction to Pay It Forward. First started in 1997, this event challenges participants to push their mental and physical limits while raising funds for a good cause.

The name Let's Take A Walk was chosen to inject a spirit of spontaneity in an activity that is simple, attainable by most and yet challenging given the distance to be covered and the amount of time spent on one's feet.

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Raleigh Singapore is dedicated to the development of youths through adventure-based service learning activities. Since its inception in 2001, Raleigh Singapore has worked towards developing the youths of Singapore to be empathetic global citizens. Youths from diverse backgrounds and nationalities are encouraged and challenged to discover their full potential by working together on challenging community projects, overseas expeditions and local adventure projects.

In the long run, Raleigh Singapore hopes that these youth would learn to appreciate what they have more and pay it forward by spearheading similar community projects that would help the less-privileged people. For more information, visit

Our Beneficiary

Caregivers Alliance Limited (CAL) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to improving lives of caregivers of persons with mental illnesses. While there are other organisations that provide support to the community affected by mental health issues, CAL focuses exclusively on rendering aid and support to caregivers.

CAL aims to reach out to caregivers of people with mental illnesses and provide them with quality training and support so that they can be more well-equipped to care for their loved ones. CAL actively identifies and nurtures caregiver leaders so that they can provide peer support to those in need. CAL also advocates on behalf of caregivers of persons with mental issues to proactively change mindsets and social stigma, provide recommendations to improve the system and strengthen the mental health support network in Singapore. For more details, please visit

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Lying at the heart of Singapore, the Central Singapore Community Development Council (CDC) serves more than 996,000 residents living in Ang Mo Kio, Bishan-Toa Payoh, Jalan Besar and Tanjong Pagar Group Representation Constituencies (GRCs), and Radin Mas, Potong Pasir, and Sengkang West Single Member Constituencies (SMCs).  Central Singapore  CDC envisions a self-reliant, vibrant and inclusive Central Singapore District. It works in close partnership with schools, voluntary welfare organisations (VWOs), grassroots organisations (GROs), government and commercial agencies to fulfil its mission of ABC -  Assisting the needy, Bonding the people and Connecting the community. For details, please visit