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It was epic!


What a sight it was at the MCG on the Queen’s Birthday with all 18 AFL coaches donning weird and whacky costumes all in the name of raising money to help find a treatment and cure – and they all got into the swing of it.


Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin, dressed as a Demons fan in full snowfields gear, led the charge into the icy landing in front of tens of thousands of footy fans at The ‘G’.


Other costume highlights included John ‘Horse’ Longmire as a jockey, Alan Richardson as Chief Football Writer for the Herald Sun Mark Robinson, Chris Fagan as a ‘reverend’ (Neale’s nickname), Alastair Clarkson as John Longmire, Ken Hinkley as a Chinese Panda and John Worsfold as Neale Daniher in his 80’s Essendon gear.



Our impact

A snapshot of how your money has been invested to fight MND​ so far

  • $23.3m

    Total invested in research and care

  • $6.68m

    Four new clinical trials

  • $6.89m

    Drug development research grants

  • $2.47m

    Invested in care equipment

  • $4.5m

    World first drug screening project

Seeking Volunteers

We welcome new volunteers into the army at any time – can you help?

FightMND could not have achieved what we have without the help of an army of volunteers over the years, but we always need more and we are ready to welcome you on board.

To register as a volunteer, contact Lauren McKellar at [email protected]

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