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In The Joy Of Others: Walk-Run 2022 in Canada

Aug 14, 2022 - Sep 11, 2022



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Be a part of our annual In the Joy Of Others Walk/Run! The participation by you and your family as walkers and fundraisers will provide critical support to BAPS Charities so that we may continue providing charitable and humanitarian services in your community and communities the world over.

The walk/run is organized to celebrate the most fundamental element of any community – families – and inspires thousands of people to carry forth the spirit of service.  Along with our continuous activities and programs, BAPS Charities is proud to once again support the life-saving work of the William Osler Health System Foundation, Scarborough Health Network Foundation and the CNIB Foundation. 

The walk/run, like all BAPS Charities activities, is driven by the belief that In the Joy of Others, Lies Our Own.  We hope you will join us in providing joy to those who are facing unimaginable adversity.

NOTE:  All Walk/Run events will strictly adhere to local and provincial COVID-19 guidelines.

BAPS Charities is a registered charity in Canada. Volunteers of BAPS Charities drive its efforts, dedicating a portion of their lives in selfless service to others, both in their local neighbourhoods, as well as globally. Working in five key areas, BAPS Charities aims to express a spirit of selfless service through Health Awareness, Educational Services, Humanitarian Relief, Environmental Protection & Preservation and Community Empowerment.

Participant Information

When registering, please select the Walk Event that you will be attending.  Multiple locations will be listed.

For more information regarding each Walk Event, please see the Event Flyer.






The William Osler Health System is one of the largest community health care systems in the country, serving a diverse and growing population. The Health System comprises three integrated hospitals: Brampton Civic Hospital, Etobicoke General Hospital and the Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness. The donation will support the hospital’s life-changing work and research in women’s health.

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CNIB Foundation, formerly known as the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, is a non-profit organization that delivers innovative programs and advocacy for people impacted by blindness.

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The Scarborough Health Network comprises three hospitals and eight satellite sites which serve thousands of people annually.

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