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Richelle King

14 Kilometres later and $20,000 raised, the 2016 City2Surf event was a huge success! With over 120 people running for Kiss Goodbye to MS on Sunday 14th of August, it was a day to remember. Alongside 80,000 other runners, the Kiss Goodbye to MS community rose to the challenge and powered on from Hyde Park, […]

24 August, 2016
Richelle King

Instead of having a regular bachelorette party, Sandra decided to celebrate her upcoming wedding a little differently. Some women have a lunch, others have a few cocktails… but Sandra decided to walk 5km! Together with a group of close girlfriends these amazing group of women organised a “Girl’s Day Out” and took part in the […]

24 August, 2016
Richelle King

Ever been to Canberra on a cold winter’s day? Layers upon layers still don’t seem to beat the chill. Imagine running barefoot on a frozen road at 6:00am on a lovely -5 degree morning. That’s what Nick has been doing to train for this year’s City2Surf, which he also completed barefoot, running 14km to raise important […]

24 August, 2016
Tanja Voss

Kiss Goodbye to MS relies on the community to come together to raise funds and awareness to accelerate research into MS. We keep our administration costs low, by not ‘reinventing the wheel’ and rather than hosting our own large scale events, we leverage existing community fun runs that are held around Australia with our own […]

16 August, 2016
Tanja Voss

Riding from The Tav North Nowra to the top of Mount Kosciusko in New South Wales first was just an idea that evolved while sitting around having a cold beer during the 2015 Christmas holidays. This idea has now eventuated into reality for Andrew McVey and the Tav to the Top team. The team is […]

05 August, 2016
Tanja Voss

Since the Kiss Goodbye to MS campaign has gone global in 2016, nine countries have launched their own campaigns including the US, France, Sweden, Mexico, Argentina, Greece, Denmark, Ireland and New Zealand. The UK, Canada, Spain and India are currently developing their strategic approach and are planning to introduce Kiss Goodbye to MS in 2017. […]

05 August, 2016
Tanja Voss

Laura Elphick is one of our most long standing Kiss Goodbye to MS supporters. Laura’s mum Anne was diagnosed with Primary Progressive MS 10 years ago. Ever since the diagnosis, her daughter has done everything she could to increase research into multiple sclerosis. Laura has raised more than $60,000 for MS research to date which […]

05 August, 2016