2018 MS 24 Hour Mega Swim Monash

Participants from Monash are set to take part in the annual MS 24 Hour Mega Swim, on 6 – 7 October 2018

Funds raised by the MS 24 Hour Mega Swim provide people living with MS the opportunity to follow a dream through the MS Go for Gold Scholarship Program. The program aims to provide people living with MS in Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory an opportunity to fulfil their potential in life by pursuing aspirations in the fields of employment, sport, travel, education or the arts.  Funds also support financial support programs and services provided by MS to benefit people living with MS.
The best part about the MS 24 Hour Mega Swim and event program is that people of all abilities and ages can participate.
Last year over 50 swimmers helped raise more than $20,000. This year the aim is make the event bigger and fill the pool.
“We want to raise more and help more for those living with MS just like me” Carol Cooke AM, Australian Paralympian and founder of the MS 24 Hour Mega Swim and event program. 
The Monash MS 24 Hour Mega Swim is now in its 7th year and is one of the fastest growing community fundraising efforts. The event will be held at Monash Aquatic & Recreation Centre.
It’s not too late to register or donate to the MS 24 Hour Mega Swim, visit our event page or call 1300 733 690.

Monash University Students receive a discount. Use code "MONASHUNI18" on checkout!

Check the Facebook event out here. 

Event details –  2018 Monash MS 24 Hour Mega Swim

MS 24 Hour Mega Swim
10am Saturday 6 October – 10am Sunday 7 October, 2018
Monash Aquatic & Recreation Centre (MARC), 626 Waverley Road, Glen Waverley VIC 3150
To raise funds for people living with multiple sclerosis, via the Go for Gold Scholarship Program that allows them to aspire and achieve their life long dreams and the Financial Assistance Programs that meet an immediate need.  
About MS
MS is a disease that affects the central nervous system. More than 25,000 Australians have MS, with an additional 1,000 diagnosed each year. Most people are in their 20s and 30s when first diagnosed. About one in 20 Australians will be directly impacted through a diagnosed family member, friend or colleague. There is no known cause or cure.
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To join the Monash Sport and MARC 24 Hour Mega Swim Event click here.