Raised so far
Join us on Sunday 29 May 2022 at Albert Park Lake,
for the must do charity event on the cardio calendar, the
2022 Melbourne MS Walk Run + Roll
Come celebrate the resilience and diversity of our amazing MS community - whether you’re moving on your feet, using a wheelchair, or pushing a pram.
Sign up solo, with a mate, bring your dog or get the team together.
No matter your style, let's move together to support Australians living with this devastating neurological condition.
5KM / 10KM
5KM / 10KM
5KM / 10KM
HOW IT WORKS
Sign up, choose your distance, set your fundraising goal, and get ready to join our dedicated MS Community in Melbourne as we walk, run and roll to Fight MS on (World MS Day Eve) Sunday 29 May 2022.
Share your challenge and fundraise to Fight MS!
Your fundraising coach Donovan and our Supporter Engagement Team are here to help you with everything you need to succeed and reach your fundraising goal to Fight MS.
WALK, RUN OR ROLL
Join our dedicated MS community on (World MS Day Eve) Sunday 29 May 2022 at Palms Lawn in Albert Park and walk, run or roll to Fight MS!
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ON THE DAY ENTRIES OPEN ON
SUNDAY 29 MAY 2022 AT 8.00AM
Free entry for people living with MS, and children 4 years and under. Discounted entry for Pensioner Concession, Health Care and Companion Card Holders. If you qualify for free or discounted entry please call our Supporter Engagement Team on 1300 733 690 to sign up over the phone.
For many people with MS, the symptoms are invisible.
There's been occasions where strangers have asked Rachael to get up out of a seat on a train because they perceive her as young and healthy.
“Just because you can’t see MS, you can’t judge people because you have no idea what they go through every other day. It could be a great day, but the rest of the days could be difficult. No one knows what I’m going through unless I tell them."
Multiple sclerosis is a chronic and often debilitating disease which attacks the central nervous system (the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves). It is the most common neurological disease in young adults and often attacks people at the time of their lives when they are planning families and building a career.
Multiple sclerosis is a lifelong disease for which there is no known cure...yet.