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How does it work?

  • Enter a team

    Recruit a team to walk or run in your closest Mother’s day Classic event. There is nothing quite like the feeling of crossing that finish line with your team mates!

  • Fundraise together

    Raise funds that help Australian scientists continue to develop better outcomes for anyone diagnosed with breast cancer. There are many ways to fundraise and our handy guides will help you along the way!

  • Show your support

    You can be a super hero by showing your support for breast cancer research! Dress up in pink, raise awareness about the event and why your school is involved.

NGS Super school team’s trophy up for grabs!

On Mother’s Day this year, hundreds of Australian school teams will be walking, running and celebrating in support of breast cancer research.

With the NGS Super Largest School Award up for grabs, make sure you gather your friends and family to join in the fun. NGS Super stands by building a better future for their members and they are passionate about supporting a cause that touches the lives of so many.

That’s why NGS Super is proud to be national sponsor of the Largest School team trophy.

Learn more

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Your tools to get started!

  • How to create a team

    Follow our step-by-step guide to register your team in the Mother’s Day Classic

    Download pdf
  • Fundraising ideas

    Stuck for ideas? View our top suggestions to raise funds as a school team.

    Download pdf
  • What is the MDC? A 2min video

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  • Poster - Join our team

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Hear what schools are saying

  • St Michael's Collegiate Hobart

    “As a girls school, the Mother’s Day Classic is particularly important to many members of our community. Our students often bring their mothers along with them to the event. It has become a regular fixture on our school calendar and we are proud to be involved.”

  • Toorak College Melbourne

    “We decided to enter a Loreto team as I believed that it was a chance for women to show solidarity by completing the run/walk and supporting women affected by breast cancer. The event was also an excuse to do something healthy as a school group whilst raising money and awareness for those women affected.”

  • Normanhurst Boys Sydney

    “By actively getting involved in events like this, one soon begins to learn that everyone has the power to make a difference in society. Whether it be from running your own not-for-profit, to simply walking 4km and raising funds, every action has a reaction, and anyone can contribute to improving our community.”

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