AIA International Limited is committed to promoting healthy living, because healthy and dynamic communities lay the foundation for sustainable development. The Oxfam Trailwalker is an example of this – a 100 km trail to be completed within 48 hours; never an easy challenge. As well as being committed to countless training sessions, walkers also need extraordinary stamina, willpower and support from teammates and friends. This award aims to reward the team who joins Oxfam Trailwalker for the first time and demonstrates the highest motivation and determination to complete the event. The winning team will receive a HK$5,000 cash reward. AIA International Limited will also donate HK$50,000 to Oxfam to support our poverty alleviation programmes and emergency relief work around the world. The winning team will earn a priority spot to participate in Oxfam Trailwalker 2021.

Eligibility & Application

To qualify, all four team members must be new to Oxfam Trailwalker (subject to verification). They must then register for the event by 13 October and upload their own team story about preparing for Oxfam Trailwalker to a specified social media. Suggested content includes training, change of lifestyle, diet, physical improvement, team building, etc. The team must also complete the entire 100 km trail during the event. We will decide on a winner in December.

LINK TO Online Enrollment Form: (Coming Soon)


Winner of the 2018 AIA Vitality – Dare to Challenge Award: HIT

The social worker, nurse, IT guy and office boy who make up HIT found it hard to schedule regular training sessions with their busy schedules, but they had a leave-no-one-behind attitude. As they trained, they placed great emphasis on their health, nutrition, equipment, learning the terrain, etc. Through it all though, they learnt what was most important: teamwork.From start to finish, this team stuck together: ‘Each step we took was not wasted; we finally finished the 100 km after a grueling 46 hours! When we were tired, we rested and took off again knowing that the finish line would appear soon enough!’

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