OUR EVENTS & CAMPAIGNS

Beachside Dash

The Beachside Dash is our biggest annual fundraiser. While the last two editions have been held as virtual events due to Covid-19 restrictions, the Dash usually hosts over 700 local residents taking part in 2km, 5km, and 10km races to raise money for vital medical research down at Peter Depena Reserve, Dolls Point NSW. You can find more information on getting involved with future editions of the Beachside Dash. We are always looking for street vendors, entertainers, sponsors and volunteers, we would love to hear from you!

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Red For Research

Red for Research is our month-long campaign each June where we ask you to Go Red for Research. This could be wearing red, eating something red, reading a red book or kicking a red ball. By making noise about medical research and the important role it has to play in our community, we are grateful for the support of individuals, schools, businesses and our local hospitals in supporting this campaign. Get involved in 2022’s #RedforResearch campaign.

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Golf Day

Every year, we host a golf day at The Australian Golf Club to raise funds for vital medical research. Eight teams from eight different businesses compete to be crowned SSMRF’s Golf Day Champion. With support from the Australian Golf Club, Sponsors and our teams, we raise tens of thousands of dollars for medical research ever year. Our next Golf Day is scheduled for 12 May, 2022.  Get involved with our golf day.

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Virtual Dash Fun Run raises funds for SSMRF

Hundreds of runners took to the streets of St George and Sutherland Shire as part of the first ever virtual Beachside Dash Fun Run. The event, which kicked off on Friday, November 27, raises money for the St George and Sutherland Medical Research Foundation (SSMRF) to fund life-saving research at St George and Sutherland hospitals.

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St George District Cricket Club annual charity walk

St George District Cricket Club held its annual charity walk last weekend to raise awareness and funds for St George and Sutherland Medical Research Foundation (SSMRF). The event, on Sunday, November 22, marked the seventh year the club has chosen the foundation as its charity partner.

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