Sue Chisnall

Workout for Water - UNICEF

My Activity Tracking


My target 42 kms

I'm taking part in Workout for Water...

... to help change the world for thousands of children. The funds we raise will help UNICEF to complete the Lega and Yelam Gej multi-village solar-powered water systems in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia.

The challenge for UNICEF staff is to walk a marathon in the week between Saturday 24th - Friday 30th August. 42 kilometres (26 miles) is about the average distance a child walks every week to collect water in parts of Ethiopia.

By supporting me in this challenge, you'll be helping children to have a better future. They won't have to walk for hours every day to collect water; leaving time for more important things like playing with friends or going to school.

You can join me in fundraising or help me to reach my goal by donating to my page here.

All donations are in USD.

My Updates

Final 5km on a perfect Wellington morning

I finished my final 5km early morning on Saturday - another 'can't beat Wellington on a good morning' day.

You can't beat Wellington on a good day

I've completed 36.5km so far - Wellington's weather has cooperated despite the "Windy Wellington" moniker. 

Thank you to my Sponsors


Sue Chisnall



Go Sue!!!