People can participate in the event by walking or running 5km in their local area. Those taking part can share the
GoFundMe page with friends and family in order to accept donations.
Money raised will go directly to Women's Aid. They are a leading national frontline organisation supporting women and children subjected to domestic violence including coercive control in Ireland.
They run the 24hr National Freephone Helpline on 1800 341 900 and an Instant Message Support Service.
Women’s Aid also act for justice and social change by raising awareness, advocating for legal and systems change and by providing expert training to frontline organisations and employers on how to respond to anyone disclosing abuse.
Vigils in memory of the 23-year-old primary school teacher are set to take place across the country this weekend.
Ashling Murphy died on Wednesday January 12th after she was attacked while out running along the Grand Canal in Tullamore, Co. Offaly.