I am staying in bed to cure mito

We're staying in bed all day to cure mito!

On Friday 22 May, Horsell is taking part in Stay In Bed Day to support Australians living with mitochondrial disease (mito).

We're challenging ourselves to stay in bed ALL DAY… it won’t be easy (gulp).

Why are we doing this? Because for too many people living with this disease, finding the energy to get out of bed is a daily struggle.

Mito robs the body’s cells of energy, causing multiple organ dysfunction or failure. It affects one child born in Australia each week. That’s 50 Aussie kids every year.

And right now, mito patients are among the most vulnerable during the COVID-19 crisis as their ability to fight infection is extremely limited.

So we're asking for your support…

Please in Stay In Bed Day and support the Mito Foundation in providing vital support services and fund research to help people living with mito.

Thank you to my Sponsors


Horsell Consulting


Martin Sonogan

Staying in bed all day sounds horrible to me (no sarcasm at all!) If you’re not up by 7am, you’ve wasted the day.


Nigel Woods


Lauren Sloane