Jump on your bike or use your two feet and a heart beat in Dwellingup this August and support people living with muscular dystrophy! 

Ride 14, 42, 68km or 100km in the WA100 MTB Classic 

OR 

Run 6, 10, 21.1km in the trails of Dwellingup.

This is an opportunity for you and your friends to enjoy both the challenge of a ride OR run and the challenge of raising much-needed funds to support Western Australians living with muscular dystrophy.

There are 20,000 Australians living with this degenerative muscle wasting condition that currently has no cure.

Living with muscular dystrophy brings challenges, but we believe physical restrictions need not impact on a person’s desire to challenge themselves, pursue their dreams and achieve remarkable things.

This is your opportunity to change someone’s life and be part of something bigger. Everyone deserves the chance to reach their potential.

It’s so easy…

Create your fundraising page, then simply forward on your unique fundraising link to friends, family and colleagues, asking them for their support.

It really is that easy to leverage your efforts into significant funds for a great cause.

So come on… What have you got to lose?

Contact trail@mdwa.org.au

Muscular Dystrophy Western Australia

MDWA is a small organisation making a big impact. They are passionate about improving the quality of life for people living with neuromuscular conditions, working with hundreds of families to help them get the best support and services they need, at the same time as connecting them to others with similar conditions. All of this enables them to lead full lives and provides them with support for life.

To learn more about muscular dystrophy and how MDWA supports its community, visit www.mdwa.org.au
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Engaging, inquisitive and fun-loving, beautiful blue eyed Charlie Hughes inevitably captures the full attention of all who encounter him.

Charlie, who has congenital muscular dystrophy, has never walked. His health and well-being is dependent on extensive ongoing medical care and creative juggling of family resources.

“Learning that your child has muscular dystrophy is a very emotional time and the grief is ongoing. There’s plenty of joy too, but there are many continuing challenges” – Jodie, Charlie’s Mum

“The reality is that the only people who really know what you’re going through are those who are going through it as well. We found that support through Muscular Dystrophy WA.”


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