Join us as we Walk 17,000 steps from Al - Manaar to Chelsea Theatre on Saturday 8 October from 10.30am. Steps to get fit. Steps to have fun. And steps to raise life-changing funds.

Whether it's walking with friends, your family, or four legged friends, Walk 17,000 is for everybody. 

We’ll be with you with every step of the way whilst you do something amazing for people living in Kensington + Chelsea. Together, we can build a better life for everyone in our community.

Sign up today for just £5.00 and aim to raise £150 in sponsorship to help support the Kensington + Chelsea community. 

What you can expect from Walk 17,000: 

  • 9.30am: on the day registration opens at Al-Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre
  • 10.00am: welcome from Kensington + Chelsea Foundation Director, Victoria Steward Todd 
  • 10.15am: warm up with Be Fearsome
  • 10.30am: walk begins! 

After registering, you'll receive our handy fundraising guide filled with top tips on achieving your £150 target and advice on how to get ready for walking 17,000 steps. 

Once you get your first donation on your fundraising page, you’ll receive an exclusive K+C Foundation t-shirt to wear with pride. 

You'll also receive your final pack containing a detailed map of the route and more details about what to expect on the day four days before the event. 

Thank you so much for your support – and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Morag by emailing [email protected] or call her on 020 7229 5499.


Savills is proud to support the Kensington and Chelsea Foundation


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Bringing the borough together  

Kensington and Chelsea is a borough usually associated with affluence and wealth, but it also has areas of severe deprivation and significant inequalities. You may not know the following:  

  • K+C has the worst rate of school exclusions in London and 1 in 4 children live in poverty 
  • K+C is in the lowest 20% of Local Authorities for mental health performance and has a huge disparity in life expectancy from street to street 
  • The unemployment rate in K+C is higher than the London average and since 2020 the number of people claiming in-work benefits, reflecting in-work poverty, has tripled.

The K+C Foundation is a local charity set up in 2008 to improve the lives and life chances of our most vulnerable residents. Give Where You Live is our campaign to bring the community together and raise funds to help our neighbours in need.  Get involved, help us raise awareness of our work and much needed funds to support our projects.