Bay High Key Club

Virtual Walk for Water

About $25 Provides Water for One Person for a Their Lifetime!

Final Walk for Water Poster (1).pdf

How Does This Work?

  1. To begin your Walk for Water experience park at Bay High School anytime between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m.. You will find our starting line by the brown canopy door entrance to learn more about the effort to end the global water crisis and be greeted by Key Club and Kiwanis members.

  2. Begin your 3.75 walk (about 1 hour 15 minutes at casual pace) to simulate the distance women & children walk daily to gather unclean water for their families.

  3. Return to the Bay High School finish line to celebrate your accomplishment!

Out of town? No worries …walk any 3.75 route during the week to experience the daily journey taken by those in need!

Walk for Water Route

Why We Walk...


  • Gender Equality: Women and young girls are often the ones who are tasked with collecting water, which means they don't get the same opportunities as men and young boys in developing communities.

  • Education: When young kids have to walk hours a day to collect water, they can't go to school to get an education.

  • Economic Opportunity: Women can sometimes spend their entire life walking daily to fetch water, which means they can't get jobs to provide for their households.

Learn More!

Our 2019 Bay Village Fresh Water Well

The Global Water Crisis at the Thirst Project

Walk for Water Shirt
Our Walk for Water Committee: Zoe Cox, Chairperson, Lucy Gillette, Emma Lindway, McKenna Manderine, Kayla Martin, Mary Catherine Murtaugh, Milan Oppewall & Emily Terrell