Sunshine Coast Bloody Long Walk 2023


Mito - Bloody Long Walk, Sunshine Coast. Australia

Volunteering is a great way to give back to the community. It not only helps in creating an impact but also provides a feeling of satisfaction and fulfillment. And if you are a person who loves outdoor activities like walking, running, or cycling, then volunteering at events like the Sunshine Coast Bloody Long Walk can be the perfect way to combine your passion with social work.

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Today we volunteered at the Mito Sunshine Coast Bloody Long Walk event. It was an event that had participants from various age groups, with different levels of fitness. We were stationed at checkpoint 3 – the Midjimba Surf Club. (We did checkpoint 3 a few years back). The location is perfect for the checkpoint, with a beautiful view of the ocean and coastline.

The event saw a huge turnout, with numerous walkers participating in the event. Our job as volunteers at the checkpoint was to provide the participants with water, fruit, and medic for first aid needs.. The participants were grateful for the supplies, and our team was delighted to help out with their needs.

Apart from distributing supplies, our team also checked the participant's were okay and made sure that they were following the right path. We offered them encouragement and support along the way as they continued on their long walk. It was thrilling to see the determination and enthusiasm of the walkers, who treked through the beautiful terrain, through the towns of Coolum, Maroochydore, Alexandra Headland before ending the journey at Mooloolaba.

Volunteering at the event was an opportunity to combine our passion to make a contribution, and know that your presence means something to someone, even if it's just something small. But it’s much more than that; it’s a chance to meet new people, work with a team, and engage with the community.

Volunteering at the Sunshine Coast Bloody Long Walk was truly a wonderful experience. It also gave us a chance to appreciate the beauty of the Midjimba area, which we love. If you get the opportunity to volunteer at such events, I would highly recommend that you take it. It's a chance to give back to society while growing as an individual and enjoying outdoor activity in beautiful locations.

You never know where it might take you or what adventures await. Though it may seem like a small act, the ripple effect of your actions can be enormous. It's a chance to connect with and assist others, to build meaningful relationships, and to give back to communities that may have given you so much. Volunteering is an enriching and rewarding experience that will stay with you for a lifetime. So go ahead, make a difference in the world, one volunteer project at a time.

The Bloody Long Walk proudly supports people affected by mito through the work of the Mito Foundation.  the Mito Foundation supports people affected by mitochondrial disease (mito), funds essential research into the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cures of mitochondrial disorders, and increases awareness and education about this devastating disease.

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