My Activity Tracking
My target 200 kms
Carolyn and I are Conquering Cradle Mountain to Beat MS!
Multiple sclerosis is the most common disease of the central nervous system and it strikes young people in the prime of their lives.
There is currently no known cure.
It's quite staggering that multiple sclerosis affects more young people than any other neurological condition, with the average age of diagnosis just 30 years old. Every case of multiple sclerosis is unique – the symptoms, severity and progress of the disease are different for everyone.
So we are trekking through the Tasmania Wilderness World Heritage Area and traversing sections of the Overland Trail to raise funds to deliver essential MS support services and ensure no one faces MS alone.
Please DONATE now to support my trek and give hope to thousands of Australians living with multiple sclerosis.
Thank you for your support
Caz & Heather xx
MS Australia Easter RaffleMonday 12th Apr
Figtree Grove - Raffle Tickets and Raising AwarenessFriday 12th Mar
Carolyn and I had a great couple of hours at Figtree Grove on Thursday, 11 March 2021.
Selling some raffle tickets for our MS Australia Easter Raffle and raising awareness of MS in Australia and the impacts it has on the community.
We also had a chance to talk with some customers about our "Conquer Cradle Mountain to Beat MS" Trek, in October 2021.
We look forward to another productive day on Sunday, 14 March 2021, and again on Saturday, 27 March 2021, from 9am.
Come along and grab a couple of raffle tickets, only $2.00 each, plus get a free pen and help a great cause.Share
Trekking and TrackingMonday 8th Feb Carolyn and I are continuing to walk on a regular basis and are adding some incline to our adventures, not sure they are as steep as Cradle Mountain will be. Our Chocolate sales are starting to come in and this will assist us in reaching our goal. Next plan is an Easter Raffle, yes you guessed it, more chocolate!
Thank you to my Sponsors
Illawarra District Netball Association.
Mitchell James & Mmj Dapto
Dad (george Cunningham)