Richard Keely

2022 Fitzroy MS Mega Swim


Aside from looking forward to joining others in the fun and atmosphere on the day, I’m taking part to raise funds to support people living with multiple sclerosis.

Multiple sclerosis affects more young people than any other chronic neurological condition and average age of diagnosis is 30. It can strike anyone at any time and the symptoms vary so widely.

For instance, can you imagine waking up one day unable to do the everyday things you would usually take for granted? Like not being able to see properly (or at all), you physically can’t get out of bed, can’t walk to the phone to call someone – anyone – or live a life without pain?

All of a sudden your world has changed.

By being part of this event, and because of your generous sponsorship, the funds we raise will allow people living with multiple sclerosis to access vital MS Support Services. Services such as MS Peer Support, connecting people who are newly diagnosed with those who have lived with multiple sclerosis for a number of years, or the MS Employment Support program keeping Aussies living with multiple sclerosis in the work force.

Thank you again for your support.

My Achievements

Uploaded a Profile Picture

Made a Personal Donation

Shared my Fundraising Page

Received Five Donations

Reached 50% of Fundraising Goal

Reached 75% of Fundraising Goal

Reached 100% of Fundraising Goal

MS Hero Fundraiser

Thank you to my Sponsors


Sue Carter


Annie Keely


Libby Dichiara

Well done for supporting such a worthwhile cause. A close friend of mine has MS so this is very close to my heart. Love you xxxx


Dominic Gordon

Good effort Richard


Krystina Cliche

Swimming for a great cause.



Proud of you dad. Enjoy your swim. Sad I’m not there to swim with you this year xx


Richard Keely

Terrific MS cause. Looking forward to doing some training in preparation for 2022 challenge (my third) with the committed Talent Pool team.


Rachael Mordecai


Amy Benn

Such a great cause - enjoy the swim!


Lisa Morrison

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