Organise an event
Hosting an event is fun, but it can also help rural and remote communities in need
Rural Doctors Foundation is extremely grateful to organisations including Morgans, Oz Aid and Hibernian Race Club who host events and donate the proceeds to Rural Doctors Foundation. There are also a band of committed individuals who participate in community events and seek sponsorship for their efforts with proceeds to Rural Doctors Foundation.
Hell of the West – 26 March 2023
That time is year is fast approaching – the Hellish triathlon event – Hell of the West. A highlight for Goondiwindi community and for triathletes across Australia, the 2023 event is scheduled for 26 March 2023.
We have a number of participants who are supporting Rural Doctors Foundation at the 2023 event. If you are participating in Hell of the West in 2023, why not do it for a worthy cause that supports better health in rural and remote communities.
Take a look at the activity and fun of some of the recent events that raised funds to support Rural Doctors Foundation.
Get inspired and give us a call about how you could run an event to support Rural Doctors Foundation.
Big Dry Friday
Big Dry Friday is organised by Morgans to recognise the importance of rural and regional Australia, to connect city and country and to provide support where it's needed most.
Rural Doctors Foundation is a beneficiary of the event.
Oz Aid Drag Racing
It was loud and it was loads of fun. Mik Oberle provided entertainment and there were lots of loud cars, jumping castles, face painting and delicious food. And all in the name of a great cause - helping rural communities.
Hibernian Race Day
From the horse races, to the yabby races to fashions on the field, the Hibernian Race Day is an iconic country event. This year, the Hibernian Race Club raised much needed funds for Rural Doctors Foundation.
Hell of the West
Three rural doctors decided they could not sit in their practice and talk about heath - they need to walk the talk - or in this case - swim, cycle and run! And all while raising funds to provide vital medical equipment for rural communities.