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THE BIG BRECK WALK

20

MAY

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Every single footstep you take helps us reach more children and share Breck's story. Breck's mother, Lorin believes that had her son seen a Breck Foundation talk, he would still be alive today. Let's save lives together.

Everyone's invited to get involved in our first ever Big Breck Walk on the 20th of May!  

Walk one mile on the 20th of May to raise money with your friends, family, school class or neighbours! The Big Breck Walk supports us to continue Breck's legacy and teach more children about how to spot, avoid and report dangers they face online. 

The Big Breck walk is for everyone! Sign up to host a walk in your area and get the whole family outside for a good cause. 

HOW TO WALK FOR BRECK

ORGANISE

WALK WITH US

DONATE

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#PLAY VIRTUAL LIVE REAL

Everything we do is to make sure that children and young people can enjoy the internet safely, but we also think it is important to remind them to live their best moments in the real world. 

 

For our Big Breck Walk we want you all to put the devices down and all get outside together. It is so important to remember to play virtual but live real.

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YOUR FREE BIG BRECK WALK PACK

Request your free Big Breck Walk resource pack full of Breck Foundation goodies and all the little tips and tricks you need to organise the best walk ever.

 

Want to look the part? Why not get a Breck Foundation T-Shirt for the big day! 

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WALK WITH US TOWARDS A SAFER INTERNET

THE POWER OF YOUR WALK

Online grooming crimes have risen by more than 80% in four years

We reach thousands of children and young people in schools and other community settings with Breck's story every year. Our talks and educational materials fill a gap in the current UK curriculum that otherwise leaves children vulnerable to online grooming and exploitation.

We take a whole community approach, working also with teachers, school support staff, parents, private sector employees and the wider UK public to create a network of digital champions – adults we empower to take effective action to protect the wellbeing and lives

of young people.