Kylie & G

Move4Dignity 2021 - Distance Based

My Activity Tracking


My target 100 kms

I'm participating in Move4Dignity this year to make a difference!

I've set myself a fitness goal this year as part of Move4Dignity 2021. Move4Dignity is a virtual fitness challenge that calls on Australians to set a fitness goal to achieve through the month of October. 

As part of my challenge, I am raising funds to help those in need. Did you know that women and girls across Australia are using toilet paper, socks, newspaper and sometimes even worse, nothing to manage their periods. This is not okay, and we can make a change for these women and girls. 

Please support me any way that you can and let's together play our part in helping end period poverty. 

Share the Dignity

Share the Dignity works to make a real, on the ground difference in the lives of those experiencing homelessness, fleeing domestic violence, or doing it tough. They distribute period products to those in need and work to end period poverty here in Australia.

When someone is doing it tough, the last thing on their mind should be dealing with their period.

Each year they assist those in need by providing free period products and bags filled with life's essentials. To date Share the Dignity has donated over 3 million period products. 

My Achievements

Logged First Fitness Activity

Reached Fundraising Goal

Reached 50% of Fundraising Goal

Received First Donation

Shared Fundraising Page

Added Blog Post

Uploaded Profile Photo

Reached Fitness Goal

Sent Fundraising Email

Increased Fundraising Goal

My Updates


Saturday 9th Oct
We can’t thank everyone enough. We can’t believe we made it to $1000. But, we aren’t going to stop there. The goal is being raised to $1500

Goal raised

Monday 4th Oct
Thanks to everyone’s generosity, G and I have already reached out $500 goal so we have raised it by another $100. We can’t thank you all enough 🥰

Ready to Go

Thursday 30th Sep
Tomorrow it begins.  Georgia and I will start etching our way in to the 100km goal that we have set ourselves.

It all starts somewhere

Monday 27th Sep
Georgia purchased some items today to place in the sharethedignity bin at our local Woolworths today. It was so pleasing to see the bin was almost full 😀

Thank you to my Sponsors


Maryborough State High School


Harmer Nrg


Beth Smith

Hi Ladies, Thank you for your hard work towards such a great cause. I had to get you over the line to your goal.. so you can raise it again! Well done!!


Eve & Hollie Gibbons

You guys are absolutely awesome and are supporting such a good cause! Love you’s! Xx




Kylie Harmer


Nikki Harmer

So proud of you two. Xx


Vanessa Evans

So proud of you both ❤️


Mark Gibbons

Hope it helps


Aunty Shaz

Great work girls! Such a good cause! ❤️


Carrie Taylor

Fantastic work Kylie and Georgia! You two are both amazing and what you are doing Georgia is absolutely inspirational.



Congratulations to you both. Have found your journey very inspiring. Loving how so many have joined your walk xx


Vanessa Evans

Keep on dancing ❤️😂


Christine Rosin

U girls are amazing 😘


Kim Bristow

Such a worthy charity. Love that you both are so committed. 🥰


Corey Harmer

Well done guys. Smashing it



Well done girls👏👏


Territory Insurance Brokers


Greg Harmer

Great work K & G. Love Poppy Greg!


Marg Denley

Great work girls! Love Margie xxx


Sarah Tevant


Rhianna Brewer

💞 Awesome work Kylie & G 💞 🏃‍♀️ You guys are doing great and for such a worthy cause.


Brooke Wessling


Big Bro


Ryan Harmer


Brooks-stanford Family

Hi girls! You are smashing it…x




Christen And Talia Hill

Such a great thing you’re doing girls! Well done ❤️




Coral And Jason Lynch


Michelle Ivey

Well done, love your work.



Go Girls


Tracey Alcocl

You Gals are awesome


Olivia And Eva


John Wessling



Great job ladies.



Great work guys!


Tania Redmond

Great work team.


Mutely ?

Shake a tale feather girls.


Marg & Customer


Selena Widdon


Cameron Hanrahan

Good luck and well done on your fundraising efforts! From Mr H


Bev Wessling


Scott Brown


Mcculloch Family