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KIDS HELPING KIDS,
ONE STORY AT A TIME

Reading transports you to whole new worlds. Every page holds the promise of a wonderful adventure.

And in August, reading is extra special. It’s when you can join the MS Readathon.

For the whole month, every time you read and log your books, you’ll help raise money for families impacted by multiple sclerosis.

Are you ready to unleash your imagination for an incredible cause? Sign up today.

HOW IT WORKS...

REGISTER

It’s free and only takes a minute. Once registered, you can pick your Readathon avatar and hit the books.

GET READING

You can read anything you like. Just make sure you read as much as you can for the whole month of August.

RAISE MONEY

Ask your friends and family to support your reading and collect donations on your very own fundraising page.

YOUR IMPACT

12,477

People Reading

$249,090

MONEY RAISED

25,089

0

Books Read

MORE READING =
MORE REWARDS

As soon as you start reading (and fundraising), you’ll unlock amazing avatar customisations and out-of-this-world prizes.

If you raise $500 or more you’ll become a member of our VIP Superhero Club and receive the ultimate Readathon prize pack. Take a sneak peek at it here.

Best of all, the money you raise will help families impacted by MS and other neurological conditions too.

DISCOVER NEW WORLDS WITH READERS LIKE THESE

MS Readathon kids Oliver and Poppy

Oliver and Poppy

One of our favourite things to do is read. Our Mum has MS and we want to raise money to help people like my her. Last year, we read 62 books and we raised $690. We reached superhero status and even got a cape! We were so happy!

Tate and Sophia

Hey, we're Tate and Sophia. We like reading to our friend, Baby Bobby, because she can’t read yet. We can't wait to read our favourite books again, like The SuperTato series. We have been telling my friends and teachers so they can join up too!

MS Readathon kids reading with their mum

Belle and Theo

My mum was diagnosed with MS just after her and daddy got married! I love reading, and it's nice to help lots of families have fun together and learn about MS. Last year we had an empty bookcase. We put all the books we read in it and mum would video my updates.

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