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Put your best foot forward for hospitality! Walk for Wellbeing 2023

The Walk for Wellbeing 2023 is a-go! From September 30th  to October 15th you are invited to join the hospitality community in walking for a good cause.

Picture of participants of Walk for Wellbeing 2022 are immensely proud to once again be supporting the incredible initiative that is Walk for Wellbeing, where our team will be donning their walking shoes later this year for Hospitality Action.

4 years in, UK hospitality talent partner mum have teamed up again with us here at, along with Peoplebank, to raise funds and awareness for the incredible work that Hospitality Action do to provide financial and personal support and to those in need within our hospitality community.

When and the Where

This year on Sunday the 8th of October there will be 5 separate hosted 20km walks across the UK in London, Bath, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, and Glasgow. There’s also the option to ‘Walk It Your Way’ at a location of your choice any time between the 30th of September and the 15th of October. The Walk For Wellbeing initiative was designed for flexible participation, so whether you like some friendly competition or fancy a leisurely stroll with family, friends, or colleagues – you can take on the challenge however suits you best.

P.S. the hosted walks are pet-friendly too, so feel free to bring alone your four-legged friends!

What Your Support Can Achieve

Your support is needed more than ever – Hospitality Action has answered 26,809 helpline calls, delivered 6,753 face-to-face and phone counselling sessions since the start of 2020 – with a significant portion of those that reach out experiencing serious mental health issues including stress, anxiety, and feeling hopeless. An overwhelming number of those contacting Hospitality Action are also experiencing issues with debt and/or court action or eviction.

With your support, Hospitality Action aims to continue working hard to bring security to those in times of crisis in 2023/2024 by:

  • Providing mental health support to those reaching out.
  • Deliver crucial in-person and phone counselling sessions.
  • Provide emergency grants that help to put food on the table for those in need.
  • Clearing of housing arrears for hospitality families facing immediate risk of homelessness.
  • Providing tailored emotional and financial relief, increasing security and wellbeing.

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How can I get involved?

For more information on how to get involved in the Walk For Wellbeing, please visit 

Support the Team believs that the wellbeing of hospitality people demands our collective attention so we will be standing shoulder to shoulder with everyone in our industry facing challenging times and supporting Walk for Wellbeing in its goal of bringing wellbeing to the forefront of our conversations and raising money for Hospitality Action. Hit the ‘Donate’ button to show your support, and spread the word by sharing our donation page with your colleagues, friends and family. Thank you.

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