Join our waiting list
PLEASE NOTE: If you missed out on ordering socks before the deadline, and would like to be placed on our 'waiting list for 2019', please complete the form by clicking the button below.
If you have any queries, please feel free to contact Georgia at [email protected]
Our 2019 SockIt2MND Ambassadors
Meet Chris & Mitch Grigg.
Chris has MND. He was diagnosed in April 2018 and with son Mitch, has thrown his support behind FightMND and our 2019 SockIt2MND campaign.
Mitch is an elite Australian Rules footballer in South Australia with the Norwood Football Club and has won the Magarey Medal, for the best player in the SANFL competition for past two seasons.
Together, they are our 2019 SockIt2MND Ambassadors and in this video, they share their experience of living with MND and what FightMND means to them.
SockIt2MND socks orders are now closed
The orders for the 2019 Sockit2MND campaign are now officially closed.
We sincerely thank all the sporting leagues, associations and clubs who ordered socks this year in readiness for the Sockit2MND Awareness Round on June 15 & 16.
We also thank the individuals who have ordered just for themselves to support our cause. Every contribution matters and makes a huge difference and we can't thank you all enough.
The socks will be arriving late May and will be shipped as soon as they arrive. The exact date is to be confirmed. Once the socks are shipped you will receive a tracking number for your order.
The 2019 SockIt2MND campaign is shaping as the biggest campaign ever and we are looking forward to sharing all the colour and fun of all the participating clubs and associations later in the year.
If you have a question about your order or the campaign in general, contact Georgia on 0418 670 886 or [email protected]
Fundraising to find a cure
In Craig's Honour
In November 2010, Craig Bryant was diagnosed with MND. In June the year after, wife Leah and sons Zach and Archie were mourning his passing.
In Craig's honour, Leah started 'Craig's Crew' to fundraise to find a cure for the disease that took a husband and a father too soon - just eight months after diagnosis.