Frequently Asked Questions

Updated on 19 Jun 2023
Participants from all walks of life, aged 14 years old and above, are welcome to join us! Participants aged 18 or below must seek parental or guardian consent before registration. Their registration should be completed by their parent or guardian and are advised to be accompanied by their parent or guardian during the walk.
Registration opens from 12 July and closes on 1 September 2023, 2359hrs.
You are entitled to a limited-edition WalkforClarity Pack worth $20 upon successful registration. The items will be mailed to you during the event period until 25 August 2023.
Click here to register for the walkathon.

You will receive a confirmation email upon successful registration.

If you did not receive any e-confirmation, it could be due to either or both of the following reasons:
  • Your payment did not go through
  • The confirmation email has been blocked by your mail server and/or is treated as spam
Please contact us at if you encounter any issues.
The registration fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.
In a virtual walkathon, you can walk at your own pace, at your preferred timing and location(s) within the event period.

Walk for Clarity 2023 uses the Strava app to track the distance covered. If you do not have an account on Strava, you will need to create an account. You can create a free Strava account by downloading the app via iPhone App Store or Android Play Store.

You can also link your existing Strava account by following these steps:
  • Log in to your account.
  • Go to my My Activity. Under My Tracker, click Connect to Strava.
  • You must authorise Walk for Clarity to connect to Strava and check/ select View data about your private activities.
The distance you've walked during the event period will be synced automatically. No further action is needed. To know when your activities will be synced, check the notice beside My Records.
You can choose to walk anywhere. You can track your walking distance and time taken through Strava, a GPS-enable application, or upload your result on our website within the event period.
You can share more about this event and your fundraising targets with your family and friends through your personal profile page and encourage them to donate to your cause.
Please encourage your family and friends to donate through your profile page. This way, your fundraising progress can be tracked and accurately reflected on the leaderboard. The total donation amount raised will also be the qualifying criteria for our Star Fundraiser Award. We may not be able to track the donations in time if they are made on platforms outside of the event website. Kindly note that funds raised before or after the event period will not be eligible for the awards.
You may like to set a personal goal to walk a specific distance and invite your family and friends to support you and the cause by donating a specific amount when you achieve your goal.
If you are unable to participate physically in the event, you can consider contributing in other meaningful ways, such as spreading the word to your family and friends about the event or donating to support this cause by clicking here.
Click here to make your donations.
You can support your family member or friends’ efforts by donating through their profile page. To search for the participant you wish to support, visit the leaderboards here and click on the participant’s name. We would encourage you to donate through your family member or friend's profile page as your donation will be reflected as part of his/her total fundraising efforts.
You can receive a tax deduction of 250% for donations of $50 and above. If you are eligible for the tax deduction, please select YES for the question “Do you wish to claim tax deduction?” when making your donation. You will also be prompted to provide your Full NRIC / Full FIN /Company UEN No.
About Clarity Singapore

Clarity Singapore is a Catholic mental health charity that provides services to persons with mental health issues to help them lead meaningful lives through support, acceptance and recovery.

Clarity Singapore is a charity with IPC status. We are a member of the Singapore National Council of Social Services (NCSS) and one of the 28 member organisations under Caritas Singapore (the social mission and community arm of the Catholic Church in Singapore). We were awarded the Charity Transparency award from 2016 to 2019, and 2022.

To deliver mental health interventions to the community, we work with partners like the Agency for Integrated Care (AIC), Khoo Teck Puat Hospital (KTPH) THRIVE and the Institute of Mental Health (IMH).
We aim to help anyone in all walks of life, aged between 18 and 65, who are struggling with mental health conditions arising from anxiety and depression, including trauma, pre- and post-natal stress, bereavement and loss, relationship and other emotional issues.

We understand that every individual has different mental health needs and to serve these varying needs, we offer services, ranging from one-to-one individualised therapy sessions, group programmes, psycho-educational workshops/talks, collaborations with community and corporate partners to social media outreach engagements.

Contact us if you have more questions about the walkathon or Clarity Singapore.
You can partner with us to transform lives affected by mental health challenges through:
  • Corporate Partnership. Work with us to give your staff or other individuals the best opportunities in the area of mental well-being.
  • Volunteer. Our volunteers are our extended hand and significant contributors to the success of our clients' recovery journey. We welcome you to join our team of vibrant and like-minded volunteers.
  • Internships. Work alongside us as a Programme or Communications Intern to positively impact the mental health landscape in Singapore.
  • Donate. Your donation is greatly appreciated and will help us to reach out to more mentally distressed individuals and empower them to overcome their challenges and lead meaningful lives.
Reach out to us at to find out more.

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