Darkness to Daylight Challenge
Darkness to Daylight is a symbolic 110km run with each kilometre representing the lives lost on average to domestic and family violence (DFV) each year across Australia. Participants can run the 110km individually or as part of a team. Alternatively, they can run or walk the final 10km or 3km. Australia’s CEO Challenge (ACEOC) aims to bring DFV out of the darkness and into the daylight through this community event.
The challenge is held annually during May which is Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month. Money raised during the event supports ACEOC in continuing their work to raise awareness of DFV in the workplace and support services on the frontline.
In 2019, we saw a record 2,730 participants take part in the challenge and raise over $140,000!
We are extremely overwhelmed by the generous support and commitment to the 2019 Darkness to Daylight Challenge!
View pictures from the event in the gallery below or head to our Facebook page HERE to view more.
We hope to see many more people taking on the challenge in 2020! For more information about the 2020 event, please visit darknesstodaylight.org.