Thanks for being a part of a record breaking year
Thankyou to all of the clubs who have supported the Sockit2MND campaign in 2019.
Thanks to your amazing support, we have sold a record number of socks this year.
Congratulations to the Eastern Football League,in Victoria who has purchased the most socks from any league participating,
The Sockit2MND Round was held over the weekend of June 15 & 16 & saw over 200 sporting clubs across Australia take part, by wearing the bright blue Sockit2MND socks, as well as fundraising within their local clubs.
Thanks to the support of these sporting clubs, Sockit2MND has raised $223,710 in total.
We would like to sincerely thank everyone who supported the round by purchasing socks and fundraising. These funds are a vital contribution in the fight against MND, through allowing us to continue to fund Australia’s best and brightest researchers to find effective treatments and a cure for MND.
Missed out in 2019? Don’t worry! Registrations are now open for Sockit2MND in 2020.
Please express your interest below and we will be in contact.
New campaign partners in 2019
Tradie 'Footy' Socks - coming soon
We are thrilled to have welcomed Totally Workwear and Hard Yakka on board in 2019 to support the Sockit2MND campaign, by creating their own tradie football sock.
The socks are COMING SOON so stay tuned and we'll let you know when they are on sale.
We look forward to a long standing relationship with Totally Workwear and Hard Yakka in the years to come as we continue to build the SockIt2MND campaign across Australia.
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.