Here's a list of our Upcoming Events

Get excited!

Melanoma March for Melanoma Institute Australia

March 2024
Melanoma March is a wonderful family and community event where participants walk, march and parade along a 4km course to raise awareness, remember loved ones lost to melanoma, and raise funds for vital research. Melanoma March was established in 2012 by Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA). The inaugural Melanoma March, held in Manly, was initially a local event honouring the memory of those who have died from melanoma, while also providing an opportunity to raise vital funds and awareness. The event quickly grew, becoming a national initiative of MIA and the major annual fundraising campaign to support ongoing melanoma research. The Melanoma March campaign provides critical funding for an ambitious new MIA-led project that will ultimately transform the way patients are treated by shining a research light on melanoma care.MORE INFO / REGISTER

Special Olympics Kuring-gai Chase Fun Run

June 2024

The Special Olympics Kuringgai Chase Fun Run or Walk is a community based event incorporating a 10km and 5km course. Funds raised go to support the Special Olympics Upper North Shore sports and schools programs.

The event will start and finish at Claude Cameron Grove in Wahroonga, Sydney.

The 5km Walk consists of 1 lap of this circuit, whereas the 10km Run is 2 laps of the circuit.


Run2Cure Sydney

Sunday 7 April 2024

Run2Cure Neuroblastoma is a fun run organised by the registered charity, Neuroblastoma Australia.

Run2Cure is held annually in The Domain, Sydney and has attracted between 3000-5000 participants for 10 years. Run2Cure is the charity’s largest fundraising event for research into the aggressive childhood cancer, neuroblastoma.

Neuroblastoma is a solid tumour of childhood cancer. It develops from nerve cells called neuroblasts. These cells are most commonly found in the adrenal glands (above the kidney) and along the tissues around the spinal cord.

There are no known reasons as to why this cancer occurs and there are no clear environmental links. There are rare cases where neuroblastoma runs in families due to a genetic mutation, but in most cases there is no known genetic cause.

Neuroblastoma is a very complex cancer and there are many different types that behave very differently. At one end of the spectrum are benign tumours that may even resolve spontaneously, while at the other end are aggressive tumours with an average survival rate of 40%.


CTF Colour Run – Children’s Tumour Foundation

November 2024


Neurofibromatosis (NF) is a complex genetic condition that causes tumours to form on nerves, under the skin and deep in the body.


The Children’s Tumour Foundation is Australia’s only patient advocacy and support organisation for neurofibromatosis (NF), a genetic condition that causes tumours to form on nerves, under the skin and deep in the body.


The first CTF Colour Run was held in Sydney in November 2022. In 2023 the event will branch out into Brisbane and Melbourne as well as Sydney. The events are attended by people of all ages and abilities who would like to raise valuable funds for CTF. The AIM of Conquer NF in Colour is to help improve health outcomes for children and adults, through investments in research and growing access to support services. Each event consists of a 10km run, a 4km run / walk and 2km run / walk and will attract between 300 – 500 people

Red Shield Ride

2024 tbc

The Red Shield Ride is our premier national cycling event. COMING SOON 2024 Dates and Route

As part of the Red Shield Ride you will raise vital funds to support our network of essential social and community services. This includes providing shelter for the homeless, assisting families in crisis through practical support and financial counselling, and guiding people with addictions through to a clean, healthy lifestyle.

With every kilometre you cycle, you will give hope where it’s needed most.



April 2024

FUNx4 is where 4WD adventure meets fundraising. As a participant, you will experience some of the best 4WD terrain in Australia, make new friends and help kids and their families whose lives are impacted by cancer.

Each year this event will aim to go beyond the classic rural dirt tracks. On FUNx4 you will literally tackle that slippery slope by day and camp under the stars at night. The event will take you through iconic 4WD playgrounds and 4WD Low Range will be your friend for hours during this 6-day adventure.

Designed for stock standard 4WD vehicles, this is a week worth committing to. Camp Quality will organise your meals when we are in “civilisation”, otherwise you can show us your best bush kitchen skills when we sleep under the stars.

So, if you have a 4WD, a swag, a big heart and are after an adventure that will make a difference to Australian families impacted by cancer, then Camp Quality FUNx4 is for you.


The Bay Run

Sunday 6 August 2023

The BayRun fun run is an annual Inner West community event that brings people together to promote and enjoy health, fun and exercise.
The event is a 7 km fun run (or walk), 7km run with your dog and a kids 2km run around the beautiful Iron Cove, making it a great warm up race for other fun runs like the Blackmores Sydney Running Festival.


Beachside Dash for St George & Sutherland Medical Research Foundation

Sunday 10 September 2023

Starting and finishing in Peter Depena Park, Sans Souci, the Dash also takes in the beautiful views of Dolls Point and Brighton. It offers a 2km Dash, 5km and 10km run

In 2019, SSMRF is committed to investigating the impact that exercise can have during cancer treatment. Our goal is to raise $20,000 – the equivalent of an entire medical research seed grant. The price to enter the Dash only covers the cost of hosting the event. SSMRF relies on the generosity of fundraisers to ensure that we can give back to our hospitals. For example, $20,000 can help by funding a part-time clinical research nurse to coordinate a study into the effectiveness of exercise programs during chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

This is a real project that SSMRF currently supports. So, by fundraising for the Dash, you’ll be supporting research that is helping to beat cancer.


NSW Corporate Games

11 - 13 October 2024

Fourteen sports are offered, appealing to just about everyone. Senior managers to raw recruits get into the spirit and action of the Games. We encourage family, friends and clients to take part. Some organisations enter large teams, but even if you are just one person you can enter. Everyone can be part of the Games! Here are the many benefits;

• Build Team Spirit, employee unity and pride
• Bring together every level in the workplace
• Encourage fitness and a healthy lifestyle
• Meet new people and cement relationships
• Raise brand visibility with team uniforms
• Improve communication across departments and between employees and management

The NSW Corporate Games encourages organisations to support their employees’ pursuit of a healthier and more active lifestyle. It provides the opportunity for anyone regardless of their sporting ability, to join in a memorable event and remain active. For those of you who are looking at the NSW Corporate Games for the first time we hope you will visit our website at corporategames.net.au/nsw or give us a call on 9979 1455 to discuss getting your team, Tiny or Tremendous, in the Games!!


Camp Quality esCarpade

October 2024

esCarpade 2023, a weeklong motoring adventure fuelled by fun, mateship and laughter! Fundraise and drive thousands of miles to help create a better quality of life for kids living with cancer. Join our wacky family for a week-long adventure of a lifetime, navigating off-road, through some of Australia’s most scenic landscapes while raising essential funds for Australian children’s cancer charity, Camp Quality.

It’s not a rally or a race but an adventure fuelled by fun, mateship, and laughter. Throughout the journey, esCarpadians drive their animated automobiles (which must be at least 20 years old) through rural towns, stopping to lend a hand in local communities and visiting schools with Camp Quality’s Primary School Education Program to dispel common myths and misconceptions surrounding cancer.Over the years, esCarpade has clocked up over 70,000km, driven through 285 Aussie towns and has raised over $15million for kids and their families who are affected by cancer.