PO Box 555, Masterton 5840
Meg Speirs, email@example.com
Chris Lovelady, firstname.lastname@example.org
Donna George, email@example.com
Create your own fundraiser
Using the Raisely fundraising platform, you can create your own fundraiser for spinal cord injury research.
The Auckland Marathon
Are you entered in the Auckland Marathon 29th October 2023? Did you know you can choose to support CatWalk as a Charity of Choice?
It’s easy – follow this LINK to register and share with your friends, family and colleagues who can support world class spinal cord injury research while supporting your marathon efforts.
Elise Stables is taking on 3 Peaks for CatWalk. 3214mt and 36.5km would be a challenge in itself but Elise is doing this in full structural fire fighting gear complete with a BA set and cylinder!
Summiting Mt Roy, Mt Isthmus and Mt Iron in one day with a total elevation 10 times the height of the Sky Tower.
Elise will undertake this challenge in August – you can support her HERE
Amy Smith & Team
Amy Smith, a former trail marathon runner, woke up on New Years morning unable to move following a spontaneous and rare medical event. Her determination and incredible support from family and friends have seen her up and out of her wheelchair.
Her goal is to take part in the Taupo 100km Ultra Marathon Relay on the 15th October 2022.
Amy and Team are fundraising for CatWalk – you can support HERE
Be part of the global legacy that finds a cure for spinal cord injury
There are different ways to get involved. You can join one of our events, be part of one of our teams, remember us in your will, organise a fundraising event, write an article for us, make a donation or help distribute magazines. We need and value your support.
Volunteer with us!
Volunteers are an incredible resource for a charity to have and we truly value the people who so generously donate their time to CatWalk. If you think you can help us, we’d love to hear from you!
Make a donation
Thank you for supporting world-class SCI research.
By donating to CatWalk you are helping the thousands of kiwis who live their lives from a wheelchair.
Let’s get them walking again!