Why Walk For Life?
The Walk For Life is an event through which general public can express their determination to fight the curse of cancer and express solidarity with those facing cancer in our society by walking or running and making a small contribution to the work of CanSupport.
If a large number of people turn out to walk or run it will attract the attention of the media who will report it in the press and on National TV. It will thereby provide an opportunity to showcase people who have had cancer and are now well which will in turn encourage people to have regular checkups and catch cancer early. Interviews with representatives of CanSupport will also help explain the work being done by CanSupport so that more people can avail of its free of charge services and call the helpline to answer any of their queries.
How To Participate
You can register at the CanSupport office, 9:30am to 5:30pm, Monday to Friday. The registration form can be downloaded here.
You can also register online by clicking here. You may also register at the venue on the day of the Walk between 8.00am to 9:00 am.
Kindly note that only registered participants will be permitted to join the event. Security personnel will be on hand to prevent unauthorized entry.
Yes. Participants must show their personal receipt/coupon, obtained at the time of registration, at the entry point on the day of the Walk, as this serves as an entry pass. Receipts are given after completion of the registration process and payment of registration fee.
Adults (including those walking in groups) ₹ 500 per person
Students below 18 years of age (with valid ID) ₹ 200 per student
Children below 10 years of age free (without T-shirt)
All registered participants will get a kit which includes a T-shirt.
Special pledge forms are available from our office or Download Here. Have friends, family, colleagues and local businesses sponsor your participation and help us make this our best Walk ever!
Medical and Safety
Ambulance services will be available at the venue to handle emergencies.
However participants are advised in their own best interest to seek advice from their physician/doctor before participating, especially if they suffer from any special condition e.g. heart condition, pain in the chest, dizziness, fainting, joint problems, blood pressure, pregnancy, diabetes, recent surgery etc., that might prohibit running or walking.
The event is perfectly safe for ladies, children and elderly people to participate in. The route will be cordoned off from traffic by security and police personnel. Medical teams and an ambulance shall be kept in readiness in case of need.
The nearest metro station is Central Secretariat. There will be transport for all participants to and from Central Secretariat Metro Station and Rajpath.
The junction point of Akbar Road and Mansingh Road will be open for entry for those arriving by metro, taxi or by foot.
Parking is available at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium. Entry is from Gate No. 3 on Sher Shah Suri Marg and Gate No. 4 on Mathura Road. There will be buses to transport participants till Rajpath and back.