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A 35KM CHALLENGE TO CURE MITO

Wollongong ǀ 26 JUNE

A 35KM CHALLENGE TO CURE MITO

WOLLONGONG - 26 JUNE

Resources

Social Pics

View below a selection of shareable graphics for Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and WhatsApp.

Instagram Stories

Download these Instagram Stories and click the button below for instructions on how to add them to Instagram.

Adding a Story to Instagram

Follow these steps to add The Bloody Long Walk stickers to your story!

  1. Choose an image below and download it on your phone
  2. Open the Instagram app
  3. Click the ‘plus’ button at the top right and select ‘story’
  4. Select the image you downloaded
  5. Share away and let everyone know about your Bloody Long Walk!

Instagram Stickers

Add these stickers from within your Instagram account - just search for "bloody long walk" when adding a sticker.

Adding a Sticker to Instagram

Follow these steps to add The Bloody Long Walk stickers to your story!

  1. Open the Instagram app
  2. Click the ‘plus’ button at the top right and select ‘Story’
  3. Select an image then click the Instagram stickers icon at the top
  4. Search "bloody long walk"
  5. Choose your sticker and tell everyone about your Bloody Long Walk!

Facebook Frames

Check out our range of Facebook frames to use on Facebook.

Posters

Hang these up in your home, office or around your local community.

BLW 2022 POSTER

Promote The Bloody Long Walk in your local area.

JOIN MY TEAM POSTER

Ask your friends and family to join your team.

SPONSOR ME POSTER

Ask your friends to support your 35km to cure mito.

Email Signatures

Add these to your email signature to share your challenge with friends and colleagues.

Zoom Backgrounds

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Leaderboards

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

VIEW LEADERBOARDS
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Fundraising Tips

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

VIEW TIPS
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Rewards & Prizes

View our range of rewards and prizes to celebrate your efforts to cure mito!

VIEW REWARDS

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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