Walk 2 D’Feet MND events were held nationwide on Sunday 12th November, 2017. Half of the funds raised will go towards supporting MND research in New Zealand.
6000 people joined these walks, organised by people whose lives have been affected by MND, and by people who are living with MND themselves.
If you are interested in sponsoring our 2018 Walk 2 D’Feet MND events, please download our proposal.
The 2017 Walks 2 D'Feet MND were held in 18 towns and cities all over New Zealand on Sunday 12 November.
Half of the funds raised will go towards supporting MND research, and the other half will help MND New Zealand continue its crucial work providing support for people with MND and their whanau and carers.
View information about each region's walk below.
If you'd like to help organise a walk in your region on 11 November 2018, please email Claire Reilly.
We need walk heroes for each location. To create your own fundraising page for the Walk 2 D'Feet MND, go to your location page from the links above, and click the yellow 'Start Fundraising' button. In just a few minutes you can create your page, then start sharing the link with your friends, family and colleagues. It's a great way to show your support or honour the memory of a loved one.
Thank you for supporting us. Your fundraising efforts will make a real difference.
We know some people might struggle with online entries, so we are asking all you internet savvy folk to help the people around you to register, if they want to enter the walk.
Registrations will also be available on the day ($15/adult, $25/family).
If you haven't received an email confirmation of your entry yet, you can login and resend it to yourself.
For payments made via credit card, the name that will appear on your customer and bank statement will be: Motor Neurone Disease.
Participation in the walk is entirely at your own risk. By completing the entry form for Walk 2 D'Feet MND, you:
The MND NZ's public liability insurance is against third party damage only.
Minors under 14 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian and the parent/guardian are deemed to be fully responsible for those in their care.
Unfortunately no refunds are available.
In extreme weather or force majeure the event may be cancelled at any time. In this situation entry fees are non-refundable.