The Challenge

By Rolling 1k for MDA you will be helping New Zealanders living with neuromuscular conditions.

Every roll you make, every dollar you raise, ensures Muscular Dystrophy Association of NZ members benefit from our essential Fieldwork Service. Roll 1k for MDA starts on Monday September 20 and rolls through to Sunday September 26. You can roll any day, anytime, anywhere!

We've got awesome prizes lined up for the top individual fundraiser and top team fundraiser. We'll announce those on our social media channels - keep an eye out!

How It Works

Sign up to Roll 1k for MDA as an individual or a team and you’ll get your own fundraising page. Or you can donate to someone who has already signed up.

Spread the word far and wide - ask family, friends and colleagues for donations. Once you’ve raised $50 we’ll send you you’re very own Roll 1k for MDA t-shirt!

Use a wheelchair, a scooter, a skateboard, a bike or anything else with wheels to roll 1km anytime between Monday September 20 and Sunday September 26.

Share your fundraising page via email and social media using #mdanz and #Roll1kForMDA - the more people you tell, the more donations we’ll get!

Roll With Us. Raise Money.

Help New Zealanders living with neuromuscular conditions

Children who have a neuromuscular condition and their families, just like Neil and his parents Kuldeep and Yasha, are among those who will be impacted by the funds raised during Roll 1k for MDA. You can read Neil’s story here.

Kiwis, young and old, with a lived experience of muscular dystrophy, and who are members of the Muscular Dystrophy Association of New Zealand, benefit from our vital Fieldwork Service.

Take part in Roll 1k for MDA and you’ll be helping to ensure this essential service reaches the people who need it most.

Fieldworkers provide personalised support through the diagnosis, by walking alongside people and their families during times of grief and change, offering information and advice about conditions, facilitating service access through referrals or advocacy, or reducing isolation by linking people to others with shared experience.

They also meet with teachers, health professionals and disability support staff to improve their understanding of neuromuscular conditions, which enables them to provide even better services and supports for our members.

Sign up today to roll for MDA – you’ll be making a world of difference to the lives of members just like Neil and his parents.

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