Pose, take a breath and make an impact for those living in period poverty.

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Yoga4Dignity this October and make a life-changing impact

Sign up today for our unique virtual yoga challenge. It’s a little different this year, allowing you to challenge yourself to a set number of hours of yoga through the month of October.

Why not get a few family members, friends, or work colleagues together and create a team? Or even get your gym or yoga studio involved and dedicate a class in the month of October.

By setting yourself the challenge and getting involved you can be sure that the funds you raise will support vulnerable Australians, living below the poverty line and more importantly our goal of ending period poverty.

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But we can't do it without you, and we promise we will be here along the way to support you with lots of tools and resources to help you fundraise.

Once you've registered and created your page you will be able to connect your fitness app to share your workouts and log the hours spent doing yoga. You will also receive an invitation to our Facebook group where you can connect with others also joining the movement.

Your fundraising will provide other females with a dignified experience managing their period, which can be life-changing.



Raise $48 within the first 48 hours of registering.

*Limited to first 300.

Steps to get moving

1. Register yourself or join a team in either run, yoga, or move (which encompasses any other sport). 

2. Put your best foot forward by donating to yourself or asking your family and friends to support you.

3. In October remind your network of your goal and why you’re taking part, then share your progress.


*Winner will be announced at 8am, 1st November 2020

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Frequently asked questions

What is Move4Dignity 

Move4Dignity is a virtual exercise event that will be running throughout the month of October. Everyone who registers will set their own exercise goal and create a fundraising page. This page is a place where they can share their progress and collect donations for Share the Dignity.  

When does it start?  

Registrations for Move4Dignity will open in July, and fundraising is encouraged up until the end of October. The virtual challenge is running throughout the entire month of October.  

How do I register?  

Simple, choose whether you will run or walk, yoga or move your own way and select register.  Enter your details to confirm your registration and set up your fundraising page.  

Who is Share the Dignity?  

Share the Dignity is an Australian Charity aiming to end period poverty in Australia. Our mission is to ensure that people experiencing period poverty have the dignity of access to period products to manage their period because these items are a basic human right, not a privilege. 

How do I fundraise?  

Let people know you’re participating via social media and tell them why you’re so passionate to help people all around Australia doing it tough. People can then donate to your cause through your fundraising page. 

Does it cost money to get involved? 

It’s $25 for an individual and $20 if you’re part of a team to register. This fee will include a participation medal and a certificate at the completion of the challenge. All profit raised from registrations and any fundraising from the campaign supports women in crisis and Share the Dignity’s mission.  

Thanks to our Move4Dignity sponsors