Harriet Fitzgerald (centre) was the youngest participant in Hong Kong Scottish’s “I would walk 5,911 challenge” at four years old. She walked 30 kilometres with her parents and is pictured with ImpactHK CEO Jeff Rotmeyer, Brad Tuff, Sarah Monaghan and Roy Kinnear. Photos: Handout Harriet Fitzgerald (centre) was the youngest participant in Hong Kong Scottish’s “I would walk 5,911 challenge” at four years old. She walked 30 kilometres with her parents and is pictured with ImpactHK CEO Jeff Rotmeyer, Brad Tuff, Sarah Monaghan and Roy Kinnear. Photos: Handout
Harriet Fitzgerald (centre) was the youngest participant in Hong Kong Scottish’s “I would walk 5,911 challenge” at four years old. She walked 30 kilometres with her parents and is pictured with ImpactHK CEO Jeff Rotmeyer, Brad Tuff, Sarah Monaghan and Roy Kinnear. Photos: Handout

Hong Kong Scottish’s ‘I would walk 5,911 miles’ fundraiser goes the extra mile for Doddie Weir Foundation and ImpactHK

  • Virtual walk/run fundraiser exceeds expectations even during global pandemic thanks to rugby community
  • The fundraiser is raising awareness for motor neurone disease and homelessness in Hong Kong

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Harriet Fitzgerald (centre) was the youngest participant in Hong Kong Scottish’s “I would walk 5,911 challenge” at four years old. She walked 30 kilometres with her parents and is pictured with ImpactHK CEO Jeff Rotmeyer, Brad Tuff, Sarah Monaghan and Roy Kinnear. Photos: Handout Harriet Fitzgerald (centre) was the youngest participant in Hong Kong Scottish’s “I would walk 5,911 challenge” at four years old. She walked 30 kilometres with her parents and is pictured with ImpactHK CEO Jeff Rotmeyer, Brad Tuff, Sarah Monaghan and Roy Kinnear. Photos: Handout
Harriet Fitzgerald (centre) was the youngest participant in Hong Kong Scottish’s “I would walk 5,911 challenge” at four years old. She walked 30 kilometres with her parents and is pictured with ImpactHK CEO Jeff Rotmeyer, Brad Tuff, Sarah Monaghan and Roy Kinnear. Photos: Handout
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