Kay-A-Day is a health initiative created by the Jodi Lee Foundation that encourages students to walk or run just one kilometre a day, for 21
Over 6,000 students get moving with Kay-A-Day
Kay-A-Day was a great success this year with over 6,000 students from 25 schools taking part. Designed to combat the trend of sedentary behavior in
Kids start Kay-A-Day!
Thousands of school students are gearing up to start Kay-A-Day this term, with more than 20 schools across five states and territories registered to take
Well done to our Kay-A-Day prize winners!
We’re proud to announce the three highest individual fundraisers in our inaugural Kay-A-Day initiative. Congratulations to Jonty Belton, James Williamson and Hugo Parisi. from Prince
Three local schools awarded Kay-A-Day prizes
Congratulations to the top three schools with the highest participation in Kay-A-Day! Three South Australian primary schools will be recognised for best participation in our inaugural Kay-A-Day
Adelaide Crows star joins kids for Kay-A-Day!
More than 150 students at Glen Osmond Primary School had a special visit today from Adelaide Crows midfielder Scott Thompson, who spoke to them about
Get moving with Kay-A-Day!
Hundreds of South Australian school students are taking part in Kay-A-Day, our new initiative designed to get kids moving to combat the trend of young
St Peter’s boys run for bowel cancer
During June, the students from St Peters College junior school completed a half marathon to show their support for The Jodi Lee Foundation. The entire