HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Stay in Bed Day
Stay in Bed Day is a great excuse to do simply that… Stay in Bed… or at least in your pyjamas whilst raising funds and awareness about mito. If you’re not the staying in bed sort - why not hold a pyjama day at work or your child’s school?
Create Your Own Fundraising Page
Take inspiration from the creative crew above and start your own event, challenge or social enterprise fundraiser.
Ray White New Farm Long Lunch
The team at Ray White New Farm have generously held Long Lunch events for the past four years in support of their friends Mark and Vanessa Rotolone who lost their son Ari to mito. In December 2018 the lunch raised over $100,000 to support people with mito and bring us closer to urgently needed cures.
City to Summit
James, Sam, and Shoji took on a 24-hour odyssey from Sydney to Australia’s highest peak, Mt Kosciusko, and back on bikes provided by Mobike (a bike best suited to paved Sydney streets). Seeing the impact mito has had on their friend, inspired them to complete this crazy challenge and raise over $10,000.
Dream to Be
Fiona Elmer and Tamara Robins are two Perth-based mums doing everything they can to help their little superheroes fight mito. Dream to Be gives kids the chance to dress up as their favourite caped crusader and have their photo taken against a superhero background with funds raised from each photo shoot going to the Mito Foundation.
HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?
The mito community and our supporters are the life blood of our organisation and we’ll do anything we can to help support your fundraising initiatives. Resources include the downloadable fundraising guide and poster below, as well as balloons, green ribbons, and information leaflets that we can send to you.