With 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 6 boys experiencing an unwanted traumatic event before they are 18 years of age , it has become clear that Canadians must rally together to take a stand against childhood trauma. Our first Victor Walk in 2013, was a huge success nationwide, and since then we have been working to keep the momentum high with the community we’ve built up together. A national movement powered by an Orange Wave of Courage, the Victor Walk will see Theo Fleury giving a voice to those who have been affected by trauma throughout their lifetimes. Supported by communities across the country, this Victor Walk on July 22, 2017, is recognized as a national movement and is hoped to change the way Canadians understand the effects of childhood trauma.
In 2017, our team will be walking an extended route for five days from Saskatoon to Regina, Saskatchewan, to bring a very bright spotlight on the horrors of childhood trauma. Eight million Canadians have suffered from shame and pain of childhood trauma long enough. The exact details of the route will be released as soon as possible, but here’s where the 2017 Victor Walk Tour will be heading and when:
- July 18: Saskatoon
- July 19: Swift Current
- July 20: Moose Jaw
- July 21: Estevan
- July 22: Regina
Many of you have expressed interest in joining us on the five-day journey, however due to safety reasons, we cannot oblige.
We encourage you to join your own community walk, or if you live along the route that we are walking, meet us during the walk to cheer us on. Please click here to find out how you can organize a Victor Walk in your area, and be a part of one of the greatest teams ever assembled to make a difference on behalf of childhood trauma.
*The Victor Movement reserves the right to refuse people or groups to join or participate in the Victor Walk at it’s sole discretion. The Victor Movement is not liable in any way for any injury or damage caused by participating in the Victor Walk.