When: Sunday 21 March, 9:45am-2:30pm
Where: Parramatta Park, Sydney or Virtual
What: Our 3km loop course is accessible to all! Use your feet, roll your wheelchair, push your pram or walk dog... you choose how to get to the finish line. Proceed to our Event Village for a BBQ picnic and fun activities to celebrate!
Why: Raise critical funds and awareness for MD and have a fun day out with the community
Who: Make a team of family, friends, workmates or school friends, or come along solo
Theme: Flaunt red to show your support, grab our merch or show off your fancy dress for extra fun!
Muscular Dystrophy NSW is excited to share our new event, the Big Red Roll + Stroll! This event is a tribute to our previous Big Red Ride challenge, but re-imagined as an inclusive 3km loop for runners, rollers and strollers around Parramatta Park followed by a celebration BBQ and entertainment in our event village that allows our whole community to be involved.
After a tough last year for all, the Big Red Roll + Stroll will be a chance to reconnect with community and have a fun day out together.
Together we’ll be raising vital funds and awareness to support people with MD to live the life they choose. These funds will help MDNSW re-invigorate our face-to-face services including camps, retreats, independent living skills programs and peer connect meet-ups after last year saw many of these services cancelled or moved to zoom due to Covid-19.
We are excited to support our community again in person and need your help to make these critical services available to everyone.
Can’t make it to the event? No problem, sign up virtually!
Take on Big Red Roll + Stroll at home! We’ll give you tips on selecting your own 3km route and inviting your family, friends and local community to join you. Or get your local gym involved and invite your crew to hop on the thread mills together for 3kms for a good cause.
Protective Equipment - Event Staff, Volunteers and Contractors will be wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including face masks and gloves when relevant.
Hand Sanitizer stations - Sanitising stations will be available at the Event Village.
First Aid Services - First Aid Services will be available to participants at the Event Village.
Covid Safe App– We recommend you download the COVID Safe app before arriving.
Secure Check In - You will be required to check into the event by scanning our QR code and registering using the Service NSWapp or by manually completing our attendee registry before being allowed to enter the Event Village.
Covid-19 Safety Officer - A designated COVID-19 Safety Officer will be present for the duration of the event, to ensure all safety measures are enforced.
Social Distancing - Event participants, onlookers and support staff must maintain a physical distance of 1.5 meters at all times, on course and at the Event Village.
COVID-19 public gathering restrictions are subject to change and Muscular Dystrophy Association of NSW (MDNSW) events will comply as required, including the following:
MDNSW requires all participants to comply with the State or Territory Government COVID-19 restrictions in place at the time the MDNSW event is held. MDNSW will provide events participants with regular updates regarding the restriction requirements.
MDNSW has developed an event COVID safe plan which will assist in complying with these rules. A copy of the most up to date COVID safe plan for this event will be provided pre-event, and can also be provided on request by email: email@example.com.
MDNSW requires participants not attend the event if they are individuals who:
Currently or within the past fourteen (14) days have experienced any symptoms associated with COVID-19, which include fever, cough, and shortness of breath
Have travelled at any point in the past fourteen (14) days either internationally or to a community in Australia that has been classified a COVID-19 hotspot by the Australian Federal Government or Australian State Government, or
Believe that they may have been exposed to a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19 or have been diagnosed with COVID-19.