join us in

2021

Be the first to light up!

Be a BR/GHT star in 2021 and join us for our epic 10-day walking challenge to raise money for lifesaving medical research. Share your details now and be the first to hear when we launch registration.
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Last year we lit up
lives with…

Signed up

Over 1,500

PEOPLE
TAKING PART

Training recorded

24,400km

OF WALKING TRACKED

Already raised

Over $187K

RAISED FOR LIFESAVING RESEARCH

About Bright

About BRIGHT

BRIGHT is a virtual walking challenge event, with participants raising money for urgent medical research at SAHMRI.

You can choose to walk 50km or 75km over 10 days and ask your friends, family and workmates to sponsor you.

We’d love you to get involved this year – you’ll get fit, have fun, and help bring forward a BRIGHTer, healthier future for all Australians.

About SAHMRI

About SAHMRI

The South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute – or SAHMRI – is conducting inspired research that leads to better health outcomes for all.

We’re home to more than 650 of the BRIGHTest researchers from across Australia and the world who are working together to find solutions to the biggest health challenges of our time, including COVID-19.

Read more about SAHMRI >

Help us create a brIght future

“SAHMRI is a collection of the BRIGHTest minds researching the biggest health challenges of our time – FROM HEART DISEASE AND PREMATURE BABIES, TO COVID-19.”

“We need you to walk with us – or sponsor someone taking part – to create a BRIGHTer future for people facing disease and illness or living with disability.”

– Prof. Steve Wesselingh (Executive Director, SAHMRI)

Prof. Steve Wesselingh

HELP US CREATE A BRIGHT FUTURE

“SAHMRI is a collection of the BRIGHTest minds researching the biggest health challenges of our time – from heart disease and premature babies, to COVID-19.

“We need you to walk with us – or sponsor someone who’s taking part – to create a BRIGHTer future for people facing disease and illness or living with disability.”

Prof. Steve Wesselingh
Executive Director
SAHMRI