Get involved in the brilliant BRIGHT Walk this July with family and friends, all in support of life-saving medical research.
Share your details today and be the first to hear when we launch registration.
The BRIGHT Walk is an epic challenge to walk 11km on a crisp winter evening.
Where & when?
The event takes place on Saturday 6 July 2024 at 4pm in Adelaide.
To raise funds to help SAHMRI cure disease and save lives.
BE THE FIRST TO KNOW
Share your details here and we’ll let you know as soon as registration for the BRIGHT Walk opens!
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– the number of walkers who have taken on BRIGHT so far
– the amount raised for life-saving medical research
How much will it cost to take part?
The registration fee for the BRIGHT Walk will vary according to the date you sign up. Share your details today and take advantage of our special discounted launch price!
What support will I get once I’ve signed up?
You’ll have a dedicated personal coach soon after you join us. They’ll be there to answer your questions, give advice and share both fundraising and training resources.
How will the money raised be used?
The money you raise on the BRIGHT Walk will help SAHMRI’s BRIGHT and brilliant researchers create a brighter future for the people we love.
WHAT IS SAHMRI?
SAHMRI is South Australia’s independent, not-for-profit health and medical research institute.
We believe in a healthier future for all Australians. We listen to the needs of our communities to deliver research that changes the way healthcare is delivered. Through research excellence, innovation and strategic partnerships, we turn discoveries in health and medical research into impact for the community to improve their lives and the health of all Australians.
SAHMRI’s headquarters is in the heart of Adelaide BioMed City – the largest health and medical research precinct in the Southern Hemisphere. It is currently home to around 700 researchers, partners, students and support staff. They are all committed to transforming innovative health and medical research into tangible health benefits for our community.
You can learn more about SAHMRI here.