LIMITLESS FOR MS 

Design your own physical or personal challenge or register for an existing community fitness event, then get sponsored as you Do It For MS. Add it in, take it out, sign up for it - but whatever you do, Do It For MS!

The funds you raise can do amazing things like enabling our MS Nurse and Social Work Advisors provide free advice to people facing the challenge of living with multiple sclerosis!

HOW WILL YOU DO IT FOR MS?

 

FITNESS CHALLENGE

From starting a new fitness activity to beating your PB – push your limits to raise vital funds for MS.

Want to do it with others? You can enter yourself in a community fitness event like a marathon, cycle or stair climb.

Want to do it your way? You can choose your activity and km or time duration – do it over a month, a year or even commit to every day – the choice is yours!

 

CHANGE YOUR STYLE

Grow it, dye it, chop it, wax it – make a change to your hair to change the lives of Australians living with multiple sclerosis.

From dreadlocks to dye jobs, moustaches to mohawks – do it alone, or as a group, do it with style as you Do It For MS!

 

GO WITHOUT SOMETHING

Challenge yourself to go without and help people with MS live a life without barriers.

Perhaps you’ll give up a bad habit like sugar, alcohol or caffeine and help yourself kick-start a healthier life. Or go without a favourite activity like gaming, streaming or television.

You set the challenge and the time frame and put your self-control to the test to support people living with multiple sclerosis.

 

DO SOMETHING EVERY DAY

You can Do It For MS every day by setting yourself a challenge and sticking with it!

From walking the dog, cooking a healthy meal, reading or even blogging – commit to undertaking a set activity every day over your preferred time period.

You could even give it a twist and commit to restricting a habit like screen time. The power is in your hands when you Do It For MS!

Our MS Advisor program enables experienced nurses and social workers provide free, specialised consultations and advice around multiple sclerosis and related health matters including local support options. Last year 1,610 people sought advice through the MS Advisor program.

By designing your own personal challenge, you can help the MS community access specialised support from a wide range of health professionals to help them navigate their own health challenges.