You can help 
fund lifesaving
research into 
heart disease 

A marathon effort to look after Australian hearts 

We all know or love someone who has been impacted by heart disease. 

And in a world where they are now at even greater risk, funding research for
better prevention and treatment of heart disease is more important than ever. 

Now there’s something everybody can do to help. 

The Heart Foundation’s MyMarathon is a fitness and fundraising challenge that drives
you to run, jog or walk 42.2 kilometres at your own pace during October, while helping
to raise vital funds for lifesaving heart disease research.  

Sign up for MyMarathon today, or sponsor somebody who has,
and help us strive to win the race against heart disease. 

REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

Where does the money go?  

By running, jogging or walking a marathon during October,
you 
are not only looking after your own heart health

The biggest prize is the impact you’re having by raising money to help the
Heart Foundation fund lifesaving heart disease research. 

Here are a few ways your participation in MyMarathon will be helping Australian hearts: 

$50

could pay for nutrient
solution needed
by researchers
to help grow heart cells.

$100

could pay for a DNA
test to help pinpoint
genetic factors
for heart disease.
 

$500

could cover the cost of
an antibody to detect viral
or bacterial infection
in the heart.

If you know someone who has a connection to heart disease, or if you have a connection yourself, it’s a great way to get healthy among friends for a genuinely worthy cause. 

– Sarah
MyMarathon participant,
regional Victoria