Do it for MD

 do-it-banner

 

What is the “Do it for MD” Campaign?

Help support families living with muscular dystrophy in Queensland and “Do it for MD”. Everyone has hidden talents, hobbies and interests so we’re asking all Queenslanders to participate in this statewide campaign by doing something for muscular dystrophy to help raise funds and awareness.

 

What can I do?

You can ‘do’ anything. It can be as extreme as jumping out of a plane or shaving your hair. Perhaps give your favourite thing up for a day – a favourite food, use of technology. Sell something; run a cake stall, have a garage sale – your trash could be someone else’s treasure. You can play it safe; gather friends and family for a meal, wear a red shirt, tie a red bow or go all out and dress up as a SUPERHERO!

Get creative and let your imagination run free!

How it works

We’re keeping it simple. Simple for you. Simple for your school. Simple for your workplace, church or social group. Simple but still fun for all! Everyone can get as involved as they like and make a difference for Queensland families living with muscular dystrophy.

When can I participate?

The choice is yours! Muscular Dystrophy Queensland holds our largest annual awareness campaign each year in March. We would love for you to be a part of the celebrations. If March doesn’t suit, we’re happy for you to “Do it for MD” any time of the year.

 

Why?

Part of Muscular Dystrophy Queensland’s role is to educate the community about living with progressive neuromuscular conditions including muscular dystrophy. Awareness is the key to acceptance. We’re all about everyone living happy lives and embracing all aspects of what makes us unique.

 

Your contribution

Any money raised for Muscular Dystrophy Queensland will go directly towards support and services for Queensland families facing challenges associated with living with the condition.

 

Get started!

All you have to do is fill in the form below or call our events team on 07 3243 9700 and we will get a registration pack to you, including information on muscular dystrophy, links and factsheets.

We’re always here to help – so if you do have questions, we’re just a phone call or email away.