2020 Beachside Dash goes Virtual!

Exciting news!

As we all know 2020 has been a year of adapting to a “new normal” and finding new ways to stay healthy, connected and part of our communities.

2020 has also highlighted the importance of medical research and at the Foundation we have remained committed and focused on supporting, enabling, and funding research in St George and Sutherland hospitals.This year the Beachside Dash turns 13, over the years it has evolved year on year and is now a much-loved Sydney fun run with a race for everyone.

But the Dash is more than just a fun run, it plays an important role in raising awareness and much needed funds to support research in our local hospitals…giving back to the researchers, doctors and healthcare workers who care for our communities every day.The Dash is such a big part of how we connect with our community and your safety and healthcare is of the utmost importance to us.

With this in mind, we have made the decision (drum roll please) to make the 2020 Beachside Dash Virtual!

With plans underway the Virtual Dash will feature lots of fun ways to Run for Research and opportunities to connect with the amazing Dash community.
Stay tuned for more information regarding Dash race info, race prizes, entry details and more!

Be sure to check out the Beachside Dash website and follow the Dash on social media.

Beachside Dash website
Beachside Dash Facebook
Beachside Dash Instagram

Thank you for being part of the Beachside Dash

Ready, set, let’s #runforresearch!

Dash VIRTUAL

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