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Run for WMR in the Bridge to Brisbane 2019

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Join Team "WMR Runners for Research" for Bridge to Brisbane

Gather your friends, family and workmates together on Sunday 25th August for a scenic 5 km or 10km’s of fun and help to raise much-needed funds for investment in research and clinical trials at Wesley Medical Research.

We’ve put together a team for the 2019 Bridge to Brisbane, so we can all cheer each other on and give encouragement – all monies you raise will also count towards our fundraising goal.

Our goal is to raise over $20,000 to help fund future clinical trials.  

Walk, run and fundraise as a ‘WMR Runner for Research’

By being a part of our team, you can walk, run and fundraise for this important work, raise awareness and connect with other passionate research advocates in our community. 

When you support Wesley Medical Research and raise a minimum of $250 and you will receive a team T-shirt to wear on the day.

You can even select from the following slogans for the back of the shirt:

  1. Sole Mates
  2. Under-trained and overconfident
  3. I run slow so you look good. You’re welcome.

This is a fun opportunity to be a part of our growing and active community,
please sign up for the Bridge to Brisbane here and join our team.

If you're already registered for the B2B:

If you need to register for the Bridge to Brisbane - start here:

Select “Join a Team” and register your entry.

There’s a few ways you can support us without having to get your running shoes out of the garage.

  • Follow us on Facebook and share our Bridge to Brisbane posts with your family and friends.
    More reach = more impact.  
  • Donate to our campaign to help us fund future clinical trials. 

Interested in forming your own running team but still want to fundraise for Wesley Medical Research?

Please contact Leona on 3721 1500 who will help you to register and troubleshoot any issues.

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