To celebrate World Cerebral Palsy Day, the Pararoos have launched their first-ever virtual fundraising event which is set to commence on October 5.
The Undefeated Challenge runs from 5-11 October and will raise money for the Pararoos 2021 footballing journey.
The team are set to participate in the rescheduled 2021 International Federation of Cerebral Palsy Football (IFCPF) World Championships in Spain, a tournament in which the side is very confident that they could claim their first trophy.
Another successful funding year could see the side host another match on home soil, giving fans the chance to see the players live and build upon last year’s event which saw them secure a 5-0 win against Canada at Cromer Park.
Like all athletes around the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has had its toll on the Pararoos side with all of their activities cancelled this year.
The upcoming Undefeated Challenge will be the first of many fundraising initiatives for the Pararoos with the players set to be involved in the challenge.
The event will be for all ages, all fitness levels and all abilities with participants having the option to run, walk, swim, cycle or wheel their way to their goal and they can choose their distance: 5k, 10k, 21k, 42k or try 100k over the course of the week.
By registering as a fundraiser, participants can share their target with friends and family and encourage them to donate to help them reach their goals.
Every dollar over $2 is tax deductible and funds raised will go directly to the Pararoos to make sure they can continue their footballing journey in 2021.
Joining the Undefeated Challenge is easy.
Click here to sign up, kick-off your fundraising target with a $25 donation and share with your squad to encourage them to support your goal.
We encourage fans to share their goals and fundraising targets on their socials using #MoveForThePararoos and #UndefeatedChallenge and remembering to tag @pararoos so the team can follow their wins.