Sun-Herald City2Surf

Running for a good cause
Join team R U OK? for the Sun-Herald City2Surf on Sunday 13 August. 

Take the 5KM or 14KM challenge and make every step count by raising funds to help R U OK? reach more Australians. 

Want to take on a bigger challenge? Become one of our 35 Superstar Runners by committing to raising a minimum of $1,000.
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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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Canberra Times Fun Run

Running for a good cause
Join team R U OK? for the Canberra Times Fun Run on Sunday 3 September.

Run, walk or stroll 5KM, 10KM or 14KM and help raise funds and awareness for R U OK?

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Blackmores Sydney Running Festival 

R U OK? Superstar
Take on the 3.5KM Family Fun Run, 10KM Bridge Run, Half Marathon or Full Marathon in support of R U OK? All in full view of Sydney's most iconic sites. 

Raise funds for R U OK? to help start more life-changing conversations. 
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Trek Kokoda

Trekking in Killmanjaro
Want to combine major personal challenge while helping reinforce Aussie mateship? Join R U OK? to trek Kokoda over ANZAC Day, 2018. 

All funds raised will help R U OK? start more life-changing conversations and give incredible meaning to this once- in-a-lifetime experience.

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Conquer Kozi

R U OK? has teamed up again 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 from 9-11 March 2018 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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"A member of my team took their life several years ago. I experienced firsthand the impact it had on family, colleagues and me personally. At the time, I said to my team I would do more to raise awareness of suicide and mental health – I thought jet skiing from Melbourne to Brisbane would be a great way to prompt conversation." 

Scott Tipping is an R U OK? supporter who is jet skiing  from Melbourne to Brisbane in support of R U OK?
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“In my younger years, I was unfortunately exposed to bullying. This took a toll on my mental health and propelled me into the dark jaws of the black dog. It was the life-saving conversations with counsellors, friends and family that helped me recover."

Rebekah Hamilton is walking the 1000 KM Bibbulmun Track from Perth to Albany in support of R U OK?
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