Sponsors and Partners
We are so grateful to our amazing Sponsors and Partners who have stepped up to support the Big Red Roll + Stroll and wider muscular dystrophy community. This wonderful event would not be possible without their kind support.
Located proudly on the corner of Macquarie and O’Connell streets, in the heart of Sydney’s second CBD, Club Parramatta overlooks the World Heritage-listed Parramatta Park, and is just minutes walking distance from Bankwest Stadium, Westmead Hospital, Westfield Parramatta and Parramatta Station. This leading hospitality, leisure and entertainment venue, is better integrated and connected than ever before – responding to the evolving needs of the community and delivering a modern new destination for Members and Visitors to enjoy.
To learn more about the Club visit: www.clubparramatta.com.au
Thank you to Club Parramatta for a generous cash sponsorship for the Big Red Roll + Stroll.
Lions Club of Parramatta
We are a group of people who are dedicated to making our communities a better place to live, work and grow. With like-minded people we provide real change and create opportunities in our communities. At Lions we make things happen. One more member gives us two more hands. We assist with local community fundraising for special causes and help with development and building of local parks, community venues and sporting centres.
Learn more about our work on our website www.parramattalionsclub.org.au
Thank you to the Lions Club of Parramatta for their generous cash sponsorship for the Big Red Roll + Stroll.
Winston Hills Lions Club
Lions Clubs are part of community life, in the cities and in the country. Lions Australia is part of an international association, filled with people who are joined by the common desire to make their communities better, by using their creativity, enthusiasm and energy.
Membership is open to all people of the community in good standing. We are currently looking for new members - please get in touch with us to join.
Learn more about our work on our website www.winstonhills.nsw.lions.org.au
We are proud to be a Partner for the Big Red Roll + Stroll and will be providing a free BBQ to all participants to celebrate your awareness and fundraising for the musuclar dystropny community. Come and say hello to us at the event and ask us about our membership.
NSW Powerchair Football Association
The NSW Powerchair Football Association provides opportunities for the users of electric wheelchairs to compete in a modified version of soccer. With bars mounted to their wheelchairs, athletes dribble, pass and spin-kick an over-sized soccer ball, attempting to score more goals than their opponent. NSWPFA runs the Western Sydney powerchair football competition and provides opportunities for NSW athletes to compete on a national level at the Australian Powerchair Football Association National Championships.
Learn more about us on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/NSWPFA
We look forward to meeting you at the Big Red Roll + Stroll and answering all your questions about powerchair football.
Making its debut as a Paralympic sport in 1984, Boccia tests each competitor’s degree of muscle control and accuracy. Competing in wheelchairs, athletes with severe impairments throw, kick or use a ramp device to propel leather balls on a hard flat surface as close as possible to a white ball which serves as the jack (target).
Today Boccia is a played competitively at national and international level. Boccia was originally played by athletes with cerebral palsy, but now includes athletes with other disabilities, including muscular dystrophy, which affect motor skills. Boccia is also widely played as an educational and recreational game, particularly in schools.
The 2020/21 Boccia Australia free Memberships are now available for Athletes, Coaches, Sport Assistants, Referees and Officials, and Volunteers. Becoming a member not only enables you to compete at any Boccia Australia supported event, it also helps grow our sport and protect our members.
Boccia Australia will be at the Big Red Roll + Stroll to share information about our sport and organisation so come on over and say hi.
Hireup is an NDIS registered online platform for people with disability to find, hire and manage support workers who fit their needs and share their interests. Who you work with is completely up to you.
We combine the flexibility and empowerment of an online platform with a trusted employment model for our disability support workers. Hireup’s model is unique and delivers essential benefits to people with disability, their families and our workers. Our community tell us all the time - employment matters.
Learn more about our work on our website www.hireup.com.au
We are proud to be an official Partner of Muscular Dystrophy NSW and look forward to meeting you at our stall at the Big Red Roll + Stroll.
Kids Neuroscience Centre
We are a team of scientists, doctors and allied health professionals who study and treat brain, muscle and nerve disorders that affect children and their families.
Alongside world-leading laboratory research into the genetic and biological mechanisms of disease, the Centre operates a research-based diagnostic service, helping to provide children and families with accurate diagnoses and disease-specific treatment, and a clinical trials unit that allows children to participate in international clinical research and access the latest treatment options.
We've recently partnered with Muscular Dystrophy NSW to directly connect the MD community with our team of clinician-researchers and scientists who study and treat neuromuscular conditions that affect children and their families.
You can learn more about our work on our website www.kidsneuroscience.org.au
As a Partner for the Big Red Roll + Stroll we are looking forward to meeting you at the event and answering your questions - please stop by and say hello.
Physical Disability Council of NSW
The Physical Disability Council is the peak body for all people living with physical disability in NSW. We undertake systemic advocacy to ensure that NSW society becomes accessible and fully inclusive for people with any disability. We offer free membership to people living with physical disability, educational workshops, individual mentoring and partner with MDNSW to deliver peer support for people living with Muscular Dystrophy.
For more information visit our website www.pdcnsw.org.au
Drop by our stall on the day and learn more about us, become a member or let us know what’s an issue for you and how we can amplify your voice to make change!
The Housing Hub is a way for people with disability to find suitable housing. We understand that finding the right house can be hard and take a long time. We want to create a community where housing seekers and housing providers work together to create a market where people enjoy choice and control.
Housing Hub hosts a library of useful information about housing options and planning your move. A great way to join the community and stay informed is to create a housing seeker profile. This is a simple process which involves you telling us what you are looking for and what is important to you. This allows the Housing Hub to customise its search and alert you to properties that might suit you.
To learn more about our work visit www.housinghub.org.au
Drop by our stand to learn more about how we can assist you with all your housing needs.
NSW Kids in Need
NSW Kids in Need was created when six NSW children's charities joined forces to make a major difference in the lives of children. It doesn’t take much to make that difference, many small donations can go a long way and in-turn, spread happiness to kids who need it the most.
NSW Kids in Need Foundation is based on an absolutely minimal-cost model that strives to make a real difference in the lives of children by fundraising for six kid’s charities that includes Muscular Dystrophy NSW. "With any positive action, it's often the many little contributions, that when combined, make the biggest impact."
To learn more about our work visit our website www.nswkidsinneed.org.au
Seaside Scavenge is on a mission to educate unaware communities and businesses about the value of plastic and textile ‘waste’ through fun and unique programs that inspire participants to reimagine rubbish as a resource and ultimately cleanup the ocean.
To learn more about our work visit www.seasidescavenge.org