Walking for Charit
You Walk, we donate
Garden houses or gardens
Sustainable Development Goals
Walking is a great way to improve or maintain your overall health. It can increase cardiovascular fitness, strengthen bones, reduce excess body fat, and boost muscle power and endurance. It can also reduce your risk of developing conditions such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, and some cancers. In this way one doesn’t help only themselves, but also by walking you will help the environemt and other people.
Tips & Guidance
- The best is to implement it in everyday life
- The Charities need to show proof of their work to keep People motivated to Walk
- Health of people will get better
- Less public transportation usage
- Donations will help the poor and needy
- Even when people can not donate money, they will feel good for helping people in other ways
- A lot of advertisements needs to be done to make many people join
- it might be hard to find companies who would support the project
- finding companies to support the project
- having the budget to create an app for the projects
- Crating detailed project plan and the impact that the companies can make. Also, it would be a good opportunity for them to advertise their companies
- Less energy use since people will be walking more
- less Fossil Fuel Usage
Water usage in car production (Less)
Less CO2 productionn (Less transportation on) less Greenhouse gas emissions
Social & Economical
- Health and safety/Cardiovascular health
- Making lives of other unfortunate people better by donating
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Ke-Tsung Han, Effects of Three Levels of Green Exercise, Physical and Social Environments, Personality Traits, Physical Activity, and Engagement with Nature on Emotions and Attention, Sustainability, 10.3390/su13052686, (2021).
Wan-Yu Chou, Shih-Han Hung, Cumulative Frequency of Nature Dose: How Continuous and Regular Forest Walking Improves Nature Relatedness, Restorativeness, and Learning Engagement in College Students, Sustainability, 10.3390/su132011370, (2021).
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