Event Date: Sunday 14 May 2017

8 months 12 days remaining


MDC has partnered with several like minded organisations. Read about these organisations below. 

Dragons Abreast Australia

Encouraging wellness, fitness, fun and camaraderie for breast cancer survivors through the sport of dragon boating & promoting breast cancer awareness.

Visit the Dragons Abreast website. 

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parkrun organise free, weekly, 5km timed runs around the world. They are open to everyone, free, and are safe and easy to take part in.

For 2017 parkrun will be our community training partner, so if you’re looking for somewhere to get in shape for the Mother’s Day Classic, why not find a parkrun in your area.

Find a parkrun near you here.

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Playgroup Victoria

Playgroup is for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers and their parents or carers. In Victoria around 40,000 children from 30,000 families grow and learn at playgroups held at community venues such as maternal and child health centres, kindergartens, halls, community centres, primary schools, sporting clubs and aged care facilities.  

Visit the Playgroup Victoria website.

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running divas

Running Divas is an online women’s running community - Our passion and focus is providing the most comprehensive global online women’s running resources and specialised events, tailored for women by women of all ages and running ability that is literally ‘changing women’s lives one run at a time’. Our dynamic, excited team are committed to giving women the information, tools, strategies, support, inspiration and motivation to achieve something that they never imagined was possible. At Running Divas we have so much fun every day, enjoy sharing our collective skills and absolutely love that we are making a real difference in the lives of women in every corner of the world.

Visit the Running Divas website.



Works to support people to change their lives, through the development of life skills that assist them to become happy and contributing individuals.

Visit the YWCA NSW website.


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