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Sorted have been an integral part of the growth of the Bloody Long Walk since its inception in 2013. Together with the Mito Foundation, Sorted Events have worked tirelessly to ensure that that their vision for a fundraising focused event exceeded all expectations.

The event was a finalist in the Australian Event Awards Best Charity category in 2018 & 2019! The Bloody Long Walk has raised over $8 million for the Mito Foundation to find a cure for this debilitating disease!

The Bloody Long Walk is a 35km challenge through the main cities in Australia presenting the very best of each city and coastline and is ever-growing. Incorporating 35km of signage, checkpoints and management of 52+ councils.

How do you make people feel more connected in the digital age? Bring the communities together with a real-time, face to face event. Meet Me In The Middle was held in Sydney and was a 10km route starting simultaneously in four locations; North, South, East and West.

Each route was 10km and travelled through Sydney’s most picturesque locations before ending in ‘The Middle Festival’ at Barangaroo Reserve where there was a range of craft beer and wine served, with live music and a kids area too boot! This is no ordinary fitness event.

The aim of bringing friends and communities from all directions of the city and bringing them to a festival where they could relax and unwind was an overwhelming success with over 2000 participants taking part.

Rabobank’s Farm2Fork Summit is a celebration of innovation in agriculture, where leading producers and industry trailblazers from around the globe explore thought-provoking ideas and solutions essential for the vitality and sustainability of the food and agri sector.

Held on Cockatoo Island, Sydney Harbour, the Summit attracted more than 1300 delegates, with the best and the brightest of the food and agri industry sharing their ideas and vision for feeding a growing global population.

Sorted was engaged to manage all barging and vehicle/supplier movement on and off the island. In addition to this, managing event staffing and set up of the event.

Neuroblastoma Australia contacted Sorted to re-design the event and bring in a wider audience to raise awareness and fundraising for Neuroblastoma.

Sorted re-designed the course to bring the start and finish of the competition elements into the centre of the event. Re-designing and re-naming the Run2Cure Village to ensure that participants stayed for the afternoon enjoying the various fundraising activities and food stalls on display.

Managing in excess of 60 suppliers, due to donated items, Sorted was praised by the Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust for a professionally run and executed events.