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Richelle King

Here at Kiss Goodbye to MS we don’t think anyone ever needs a reason to have a holiday. But sometimes a ‘reason’ can help convince a hesitant hubby or fence sitting bestie. Well, you can thank us later because we have the perfect excuse! We have teamed up with the awesome guys at International Cruise!! […]

27 February, 2018
Richelle King

The SMH Half Marathon is held each year in May which also happens to be our fundraising month! And this year, with the help of Shaun from Reborn Fitness we are planning something pretty special. Shaun, a personal trainer, will be pushing Donna in a wheelchair in the SMH Half Marathon. Yep, he will be […]

27 February, 2018
Richelle King

Kerrie Newton has turned us all into crazy candle ladies, and our office now permanently smells like lime and coconut (not that we’re complaining!). Her sweet little candles which she donates to Kiss Goodbye to MS, raising $4,263 last year (yep, that’s a lot of candles). Throughout May we will be selling Kerrie’s candles again, and […]

27 February, 2018
Richelle King

OK it is only February, but we just have this feeling that 2018 is going to be ‘the’ year. It’s the year everyday people will ‘definitely’ be able to visit the moon. There will be a royal baby and a wedding. JT is playing the Superbowl and this year Disney will launch it’s own streaming […]

27 February, 2018
Richelle King

At MS Research Australia our mission is to accelerate research targeting prevention, better treatments and a cure for MS. Put simply, we exist to find the cure, and we won’t stop until we do. In 2017 Kiss Goodbye to MS raised a whooping $1,165,000 for MS Research Australia, which contributes to the overall funding that […]

26 February, 2018
Richelle King

Mez Gallifuoco has that kind of energy that is contagious. She is one of those girls you just want to be around. I’ve known Mez for three years and many times I’ve found myself wondering how she does it all. She is a blogger, has a science degree, is a director in a successful business, […]

16 February, 2018
Richelle King

One of the most common things we hear from people who have just been diagnosed with MS is fear. And it is not fear for themselves. It is fear for the ones they love. We find that more than anything people are more worried about how this disease will impact on the lives of their […]

14 February, 2018