The Real Stories Behind MSWA

Here’s how your support helps someone live life, not limits.

About Step Up For MSWA

Picture yourself ascending the stairs of the iconic Central Park building in Perth, a challenge that not only tests your vigour but also contributes to a cause close to so many.

Step Up For MSWA is a family-friendly event that challenges participants to ascend Perth’s tallest building, all while raising vital funds to support MSWA’s essential services for those with neurological conditions.

With the success of approximately 1,000 participants in 2023, MSWA aims to elevate this year’s event to unprecedented heights, making it bigger and better than ever before.

MSWA Mega Home Lottery Grand Prize Home

Grand Prize

Your chance to win a $3.1 million Marmion home and $500,000 cash. This is the ultimate entertainer’s home with a huge backyard, wrap-around verandah, plunge pool and sweeping staircase. All this and more, just a five-minute walk to Marmion Beach.

Early Bird Prize

Experience world class living in a $1.6 Million North Fremantle apartment, perfectly located between the ocean and the Swan River. Overlooking the Mosman Park foreshore, this home is the epitome of contemporary design.

Mega Cash Prize

Half a million dollars, it’s a life changing amount of money no matter which way you look at it. Will you tick destinations off your travel bucket list or settle all your debts and focus on what really makes you happy.

MSWA Mega Home Lottery Past Winners

Meet David

Grand Prize Winner – Marmion Home 2024

Meet Raelene

Early Bird Winner – North Freo Apartment 2024

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About MSWA

About MSWA

MSWA provides vital support and services to people living with neurological conditions in Western Australia. In addition to direct care services, they also provide funding for vital research projects into neurological conditions. 

Over the past decade, MSWA has contributed over $38 million to fund research into finding the cause, better treatments, and, hopefully, a cure for MS and other neurological conditions.

Award-winning artist Jasmin finds her happy place at MSWA Outreach, where the team empowers her passion for creativity.

Seven years of steadfast dedication and self-belief has seen thrill seeker Chris, who lives with Guillain-Barré syndrome, find life in the fast lane.

For adventurer Horst, his MS diagnosis spurred him on to squeeze more from life, always searching for another mountain to climb.