Justin Kirkegaard

Toowoomba Region MS Swimathon

Part of Lucky Fins

Half way there!!

Thanks for all the donations so far!! We are half way there!!

I am taking part in the 2023 MS Swimathon, to join the fight against multiple sclerosis.

I am raising funds to show my support and your donation will make an impact to change the lives of people living with MS.

Did you know:

  • On average, more than 10 Australians are diagnosed with MS every week
  • The average age of diagnosis is just 30 years of age.
  • Three out of four Australians with MS are women

Your support will help fund essential services for almost 4,000 Queenslanders living with MS. These services include our NeuroAssist information line, specialist nursing services, wellness programs and financial support to access critical equipment and services for those who need it most. 

Please DONATE to support my swim to help ensure no one faces MS alone.

My Achievements

Made a personal donation

Uploaded a profile picture

You shared your fundraising page!

Sent an email about your swim!

Sent a thank you to a supporter

Reached 50% of fundraising goal

Raised $100

Raised $250

Raised $500

Raised $1000

Reached my fundraising goal

Increased my fundraising Goal

Thank you to my Sponsors




Albrisha Pty Ltd


Chaffey Power Pty Ltd

Best of luck with the Swim


Rockhampton Container Sales


Samantha Clayton

Best of luck with the swim Justin - great that you continue to support this each year.


Bill Clayton


Andrew Nickolls

Glad you're doing the swimming, not me! Good luck


Nathan Hill


Thomas (bill) Lane

Go hard brother


Warwick Edwards

Great job mate👍🏼


Chris Ballard


Ross Evans


Maryanne Walsh

I appreciate what you are doing for this cause Justin.


Justin Kirkegaard


Nigel Payne

Your shout


Hugh Cobb


Michael Monsour

Great work you legend. You’d better do double the laps


Garry Otto


Kylie And Hannah Gotz

Happy swimming 🏊‍♀️, its definitely for a good cause


Ash Mitchell

Good to see you're backing up for another year. Good luck with the swim.


Kristy Dalton


Dan Jones

Keep up the good work fella.


Joe Kelly