We truly believe in the work we do to support Western Australians living with neurological conditions. The more we raise, the more people we can help and lives we can change! We are here to help, and share the knowledge and advice we have gathered over the years to help you raise funds.
Fundraising for the Shadforth Financial Group Step Up for MSWA can be rewarding and fun! Here are ways that you can show your support:
- Climbing for a family member or friend who has a neurological condition: If you have a family member or friend who has a neurological condition, show your support for them by officially climbing on their behalf. When registering online, please select this option and pass the person you are climbing for your log on details so they can also access your fundraising page. This will enable both of you to fundraise for the event and share the glory together! You can also upload a photo of you both onto your web page.
- Climbing for someone who has a neurological condition: If you do not know someone with a neurological condition but would like to climb on someone’s behalf, we can assist in pairing you with a Member who is keen to get involved. Please select this option when registering online and we will match you up with a person who has a neurological condition. In doing this we will provide you with a photo, the first name of the person you will be climbing for, and a short profile of who they are which you can add to your homepage.
- Matching dollar for dollar: Many companies budget for charitable donations and have matched funding schemes to support worthwhile causes and their employees. If you need help with this, please contact us and we can help you with this process and provide any necessary supporting documents that your company may need.
- Have fun: Step Up for MSWA is a fun event so fundraising should be too. Once you have registered, you can create your own fundraising page by adding photos, posting progress reports on your training program, viewing notes from your sponsors and using the email templates to encourage donations from your friends and colleagues. There are even links to Facebook and Twitter so you can connect with your friends and ask for their support.
If you would like to learn more about MSWA and understand how your donations will be used to help Western Australians living with neurological conditions, visit the MSWA website.