The London Legal Walk – Why we walk

The London #LegalWalk will be taking place again this year on Tuesday 28th June 2022 & Z2K will be taking part once again to raise vital funds for our organisation. Our team is made up of staff, trustees and volunteers, and we would love your support.

Z2K has continued to take part in the London Legal Walk each year since 2016 – even taking on remote challenges in 2020 when the event couldn’t go ahead in person because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Our team will be taking part again this year, walking 10k on 28 June for access to justice.

We know the cost-of-living crisis is only making situations worse for the people we support, as even more individuals are finding themselves without the essentials needed to eat, stay warm and dry, and keep clean. Against the backdrop of a perfect storm of real-term reductions in working-age benefits, poor decision-making, and soaring living costs, the incomes of the poorest households will continue to be driven down. Demand for the work of Z2K and others like ours is increasing as we support more people to secure their legal rights and entitlements. This is why we are taking on 10k as a team on Tuesday 28th June to raise vital funds for Z2K.

Show your support by donating what you can afford to our fundraising page

Your support would be greatly appreciated. We know times are tough, and the cost-of-living crisis is making things difficult for everyone. We would love to reach our target, so please donate if you can.

Thank you for your support. If you would like to discuss supporting Z2K, please contact us my emailing 

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