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Port Melbourne Football Club to Hold Round 7 Fundraiser for Multiple Sclerosis

Port Melbourne Football Club will fundraise for multiple sclerosis (MS), a debilitating disease that mostly affects young adults, at next Saturday’s Round 7 match (May 19) against North Melbourne at North Point Oval.

The Club will hold a variety of match day activities to increase community awareness about MS and support the newly launched MS Dream Home Lottery which has Port Melbourne past player, Tim Ryan, as its ambassador.

Tim, who was brought up in rural Bairnsdale, lived life for the love of sport from a very early age. His natural talent with the oval ball resulted in him playing regularly for Port Melbourne. He was on the cusp of being drafted into the Melbourne Football Club when he suddenly experienced an episode of double vision. A diagnosis of multiple sclerosis soon followed along with other symptoms affecting his mobility, balance and fatigue levels. Tim enthusiastically raises funds for MS and hopes one day to run and kick the footy with his daughter when that elusive cure is found.

Match day activities on May 19 include Tim as the guest speaker at the President’s Lunch, an MS information stand and MS volunteers selling lottery tickets at the entry gate and during half time. Lottery funds raised will provide essential services and support for people living with MS as well as contribute to research.

Mr Ben Holgate, General Manager, Strategic Fundraising at Multiple Sclerosis said that he was most grateful to Port Melbourne Football Club for getting behind the cause.

“It’s a progressive disease that affects families lives and wellbeing and through partnerships with organisations like Port Melbourne Football Club, we will be better placed to assist people with MS and other neurological conditions to live more fulfilling lives.”

Mr Glenn Robertson, Port Melbourne Football Club CEO said that the Club was pleased to support one of its Borough boys and was looking forward to teaming up with Multiple Sclerosis Limited on other initiatives.

“We think it’s important for the footy club to take part in these fundraising activities, so locals continue to recognise that all footy clubs can have a positive influence through the community. We want to be a great team on and off the field.”

The newly launched MS Dream Home Lottery is Victoria’s best odds home lottery with a $4.2 million prize pool. Its grand prize is the choice between a Mazzei Home and Land Package valued at $2.6 million or $2.6 million in gold bullion. Every $100 ticket purchased has a 1 in 15 chance of winning one of more than 6,600 prizes including luxury cars, dream holidays, gold and much more.

There are 20 Bonus Prizes of $10,000 in gold bullion for tickets bought before midnight on 24 May as well as Early Bird Prizes of three BMW X5s for tickets bought before midnight on 21 June.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.msdreamhomelottery.com.au or by calling 1300 311 816. They also are available instore at 10 MS Community Op Shops in Victoria, Harvey Norman Springvale and BMW South Yarra. The lottery closes at midnight on 19 July, unless tickets are sold out earlier.

About Multiple Sclerosis:
• Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a debilitating disease of the central nervous system that affects more than 23,000 people throughout Australia.
• The average age of diagnosis is between 20 and 40, and 75% of people diagnosed are women.
• Three out of four people with MS are diagnosed before they are 35.
• MS varies significantly from person to person. For some people, it is a disease that fluctuates in severity with periods of unpredictable relapse and remission. For others, it is a progressive decline over time. For all, it is life changing.
• Symptoms can include debilitating fatigue, severe pain, walking difficulties, partial blindness or thinking and memory problems.
• There is no known cause and no known cure.
• One in 20 Australians will be touched by MS by a family, friend or colleague who has the disease.


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MEDIA ENQUIRIES

For more information, images or interviews please contact LELDE MCCOY on:

E: lm@thereputationgroup.com.au
M: 0417 362 768
W: www.ms.org.au