It is with regret that Multiple Sclerosis Limited (MSL) is announcing the following 2020 MS Mega Challenge events have
- 2020 Wollongong MS 24 Hour Mega Swim (14-15 March 2020) POSTPONED
- 2020 Melbourne MS 24 Hour Mega Badminton (2-3 May 2020) POSTPONED
- 2020 Bairnsdale MS 24 Hour Mega Squash & Racquetball (2-3 May 2020) POSTPONED
- 2020 Wodonga MS 24 Hour Mega Squash & Racquetball (2-3 May 2020) POSTPONED
- 2020 Melbourne MS 24 Hour Mega Squash & Racquetball (2-3 May 2020) POSTPONED
- 2020 Canberra MS 24 Hour Mega Swim (2-3 May 2020) POSTPONED
- 2020 Melbourne MS 24 Hour Mega Swim (2-3 May 2020) POSTPONED
- 2020 Launceston MS 24 Hour Mega Swim (16-17 May 2020) CANCELLED
- 2020 Sydney MS 24 Hour Mega Swim (23-24 May 2020) CANCELLED
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHY DIDN'T YOU CANCEL THE EVENT EARLIER?
We have been guided by information supplied from the Australian Government Department of Health. Important to note that as of March 13, 2020 it has still not been declared officially unsafe to attend mass gatherings, however we feel this is the right decision to make to prioritise the health and well-being of the MS Community.
CAN YOU REFUND MY SUPPORTERS THEIR DONATIONS?
The support and generosity of your supporters will provide vital support and services to people with multiple sclerosis. Donations will not be refunded.
WILL I STILL GET MY FUNDRAISING REWARDS?
Absolutely, we will mail you your fundraising rewards to the address provided when you registered.
WILL YOU REFUND MY COSTS INCURRED?
Multiple Sclerosis Limited will not refund costs incurred by event participants.
CAN I GET A REFUND FOR EVENT MERCHANDISE PURCHASED?
All merchandise items are final sales, and made to order items cannot be cancelled, changed, exchanged, returned or refunded after order has been placed.
WHAT DO I DO NOW?
Please take time to thank your supporters and let them know that the event has unfortunately been cancelled, to prioritise the health and well-being of the MS Community. Let them know their support is greatly appreciated and will make a difference to the lives of people living with Multiple Sclerosis.