$954,305 raised to fight MS!

Simon Patterson

$1545 Raised
Shower chair installation for 10 people living with MS.
Event Date: 17/6/2018
0 days to event
103%
$1500 goal
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Simon Patterson
$400
Brent Thomson
$120
Matt Wright
$120
Tyler Mitchelson
$120
Anonymous
$120

Simon Patterson

Team Member of Mipela GeoSolutions DBYD Social Cycling Team

Sponsor me to support people living with MS and fund research to find a cure.

I am taking part in the 2018 MS Brissie to the Bay bike ride to join the fight against multiple sclerosis. I am raising funds to show my support and your donation will make an impact to change the lives of people living with MS.

Did you know:

  • Between one and two Australians are diagnosed with MS every day
  • The average age of diagnosis is just 30 years of age
  • Three out of four Australians with MS are women

Your support will provide vital services and support to assist all those affected by MS to live life to their fullest and reach their true potential.

Please DONATE to support my ride and make your impact on the lives of Australians living with MS.

Donors

12/06/2018  |  
Ray  |  
$30
Have a great ride
30/05/2018  |  
  |  
$50
30/05/2018  |  
Anonymous  |  
$50
30/05/2018  |  
Anonymous  |  
$50
16/05/2018  |  
Mon  |  
$20
Keep the fluid up and enjoy the ride :)
11/05/2018  |  
Glen  |  
$75
10/05/2018  |  
Bec Neilsen  |  
$20
Great cause, go Simon!
6/05/2018  |  
Kim Street  |  
$50
4/05/2018  |  
Anonymous  |  
$120
2/05/2018  |  
warwick  |  
$50
just keep those fluids up big fella !!
1/05/2018  |  
Anonymous  |  
$50
1/05/2018  |  
Anonymous  |  
$20
1/05/2018  |  
Shannon Wotley  |  
$50
Great Work & Good Luck on the day
1/05/2018  |  
Bec MacDougal  |  
$50
1/05/2018  |  
Brent Thomson  |  
$120
Great work Simon
1/05/2018  |  
Johan Laubscher  |  
$50
Enjoy.
1/05/2018  |  
Trevor Stay  |  
$50
Ride hard and fast
1/05/2018  |  
Matt Wright  |  
$120
Great cause, enjoy the day.
30/04/2018  |  
Tyler Mitchelson  |  
$120
20/03/2018  |  
Anonymous  |  
$100
30/01/2018  |  
Simon Patterson  |  
$300
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