Join the challenge to stay in bed all day to help Australians living with mito.
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Select your best PJs or onesie, share your challenge and prep for the big day.
3 READY, SET, STAY
Stay in bed, have fun and join the movement to help Australians living with mito.
Meet Noah, our captain of the mito movement.
9-year-old Noah lives with mitochondrial disease (mito). He relies on a feeding tube he has a wheelchair he calls Bumblebee (and he’s a daredevil in it!).
His Mum Kat has to lift him out of bed each day, but together, they face each day with a smile.
Noah says “I won’t let anything get in my way. I choose to be happy.”
Kat and Noah have experienced a lot of isolation in the past, but the current situation is frightening for them.