Joel's Big Ride
Dr Joel Dulhunty, Director of Research and Medical Education at Redcliffe Hospital, is undertaking a 40-day fundraising ride – from Cairns to Brisbane.
The aim is to ride 60-100kms a day, that's a total of 2500km. Joel is also aiming to raise $120,000 for a senior university researcher at Redcliffe Hospital.
“Research is a passion of mine,” he says, “This challenge is how I can give back to the hospital and raise awareness."
What is ''Raise it for Redcliffe"?
Raise it for Redcliffe provides the opportunity for patients and staff - past and present - as well as the broader community, to show their support and gratitude to Redcliffe Hospital and collectively raise much-needed funds for medical research, equipment and other initiatives that ensure patients achieve optimal health outcomes.
Redcliffe Hospital has been caring for its community for more than fifty years.
Since it began in the 1960s, Redcliffe Hospital has grown in size and the services it provides our community.
The Foundation celebrates that tradition of care by raising funds to bring new and cutting-edge technology to the hospital. Through your donations, the Foundation also makes possible life-changing medical research conducted at Redcliffe Hospital each year.
There’s no better way to support the hospital that has been supporting our community for half a century.
How can I help?
Redcliffe Hospital is calling on our community for their support to ensure our Raise it for Redcliffe campaign is a huge success. You can make a one-off donation or set up a fundraising page.
What will the money support?
The funds raised will help provide all Queenslanders with the best possible care and treatment by advancing patient care, improving health outcomes through medical research, and ensure Redcliffe Hospital staff have access to the latest training and education programs.
Who is behind Raise it for Redcliffe?
Raise it for Redcliffe is a partnership between Redcliffe Hospital and the RBWH Foundation. All donations made to help Raise it for Redcliffe go toward Redcliffe Hospital initiatives and research.