IT may be a couple of months away but south-west Sydney-based The Junction Works is already calling on residents to kick their bad habits this June.
Staff, volunteers and corporate supporters turned out on Sunday to take part in this year's annual Campbelltown City Challenge Walk, which also served as a launch pad for Junk Free June.
Junk Free June is a health and lifestyle initiative that also serves as a fund-raiser for The Junction Works.
Money raised goes towards the organisation's programs for young adults with a disability living in the south-west.
"The great thing about Junk Free June is that participants choose how they want to improve their health over the 30 days of June," said The Junction Works' chief executive, Chris Campbell.
"You can give up smoking, fast food, alcohol or chips, or perhaps take up an activity, like a 30-minute jog three times a week. You can even choose a combination of both.
"Then, through The Junction Works' website, participants seek sponsorship for their commitment from family and friends. The funds raised will go a long way towards giving young men and women with disability some healthy options."
To get involved email The Junction works at email@example.com or call 9606 9628.