A 35KM CHALLENGE TO CURE MITO

Sunshine Coast ǀ SUNDAY 23 MAY

A 35KM CHALLENGE TO CURE MITO

SUNSHINE COAST - 23 MAY

Rewards and Prizes

Once you sign up for The Bloody Long Walk, you'll reach fundraising milestones along your journey and be rewarded for your efforts to cure mito!

RAISE $25 - FREE HAT

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Raise $25 to reach official "STAR status" and you'll receive a free Bloody Long Walk cap to wear on the day.

You'll look bloody fantastic along the course as a member of the Mito Movement to support Australians living with mitochondrial disease.

RAISE $200 - WATER BOTTLE

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Raise $200 to reach official 'CHAMPION status" and receive a fabulous Bloody Long Walk 500ml metal water bottle which you can use on the day (and everytime you need a drink bottle afterwards!)

RAISE $350 - MITO MOVEMENT T-SHIRT

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Raise $350 to reach official "Hero Status" and you can pick up your official Mito Movement t-shirt at the finish line.

RAISE $1,000 - FREE BOOK AND BLOODY LEGEND STATUS

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Raise $1,000 to reach official "BLOODY LEGEND Status" and receive free entry into a Bloody Long Walk of your choice next year.

And you’ll be making a huge impact for Australians living with mitochondrial disease…awesome. You'll also  get the amazing book "Beryl the Ninja Chicken" written by our very own Captain of the Mito Movement, Noah.

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Leaderboards

Check out our leaderboards to see the legends leading the Mito Movement.

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Fundraising Tips

Top tips to help you smash your fundraising goal to support Australians living with mito.

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Posters & Resources

View our range of posters and resources to spread the word about your 35km challenge to cure mito.

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The Mito Foundation would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work. We pay respect to their cultures and to elders past, present and emerging. We extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

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