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The Climb

Hundreds of fire fighters will climb all 1,504 stairs of the Sydney Tower Eye wearing full firefighting kit to raise money for Motor Neurone Disease research at Macquarie University.

The Climb

Hundreds of fire fighters will climb all 1,504 stairs of the Sydney Tower Eye wearing full firefighting kit to raise money for Motor Neurone Disease research at Macquarie University.

The next Firefighters Climb for MND will be held on Saturday 20 October 2018.

Registrations open 21 May 2018.

WHAT IS MND?

Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a progressive, terminal neurological disease. There is no known treatment or cure. Each day, in Australia, two or more people die from MND and more than two people are diagnosed with MND.

WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO?

All donations go to Macquarie University which houses Australia’s largest MND research facility. Currently Macquarie University employs 40 researchers and 12 clinicians involved in the research effort to end MND.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED?

The next Firefighters Climb for MND will be held on Saturday 20 October 2018.
Registrations open 21 May 2018.

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