SMH Half Marathon

Running for a good cause
Join team R U OK? for the SMH Half Marathon on Sunday 21 May. 

Take on the 21.1km on your own, or join forces with your friends, family and workmates and run it as a relay. And by raising funds for R U OK? every step will help start more life-saving conversations.
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Brisbane City2South

Canberra Running Festival
Join team R U OK? for the Brisbane Times City2South Festival for fun, runs and  live entertainment on 3 and 4 June.

 By taking on the 5km or 14km in support of R U OK? you'll be helping us reach more Australians.

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Run Melbourne

Canberra Running Festival
Put those trainers on and run for R U OK? at Run Melbourne on 30th July.

Choose from a 5km, 10km or half marathon. By raising funds and awareness for R U OK? you can help us show Australia how to support someone struggling with life.

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Be A Superstar

R U OK? Superstar
Help start more conversations every time you pound the pavement or go for a swim by becoming an R U OK? Superstar! Email to find out more.

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Trek for R U OK?

Trekking in Killmanjaro
Trek Everest, Kokoda or Kilimanjaro to give back while tackling a major personal challenge.

Trek for R U OK? and every step you take will start more conversations. And if you book through Backtrack Adventures, they will kick-start your fundraising with a $300 donation. You'll also receive an
R U OK? pack which includes a shirt, hat and water bottle. 
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Conquer Kozi

R U OK? has teamed up with Huma Challenge Australia for Conquer Kozi - a challenge to summit Australia's highest mountain, Mount Kosciuszko, and help raise funds for our Community Ambassador Program.

Join us for the 2018 challenge by registering your interest below.

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Having fun at an R U OK?Day event
Nothing here take your fancy? Then why not organise your own fundraiser?

You can bring family, friends, team mates and colleagues together by hosting a fun and easy event. 
Event and fundraising ideas
Already planned your challenge or event? Ready to raise funds? Get started here!
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15 year old Ned Wieland is training to become the youngest Australian male to swim the English Channel. And he's using his swim to raise funds and awareness for R U OK?so we can start more life-changing conversations.

What an inspiration!

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"Working in remote communities and with at risk youth has show me how important it is to develop the ability to use words well and to be prepared to listen to those around us."

Ben Donnelly, is an R U OK? supporter who is walking 2,000KM from Lake Eyre to Mt Kosciuszko in support of R U OK?

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“My own experiences and stories shared  in confidence have shown how a simple gesture or conversation can really make all the difference to someone in need. Lending a kind ear and a safe place to share thoughts can provide the opportunity for someone to ask for help.”
Caz Parish is an R U OK? supporter who joined our Conquer Kozi challenge to encourage more people to lend an ear to someone in need.
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