Latest from RBC Race for the Kids
Transform Training into Ritual
By Amy Malpass Hahn
They don’t call it a “runner’s high” for nothing. As runners will know all too well, once you enter that oh-so-coveted state of comfort, there’s nothing that matters but you and the pavement. So how can you maximise this moving meditation, to not only prepare for your race day, but to squeeze the maximum amount of juice out of your training?
Bringing Bouncy Back!
Arrrrrrghya little pirates ready to go on an adventure to the high seas? Our friends from Bounce-O-Rama will be bring the BOUNCE back to the festival with not one, but TWO jumping castles! A swashbuckling pirate jumping castle will ensure they have one heck of a fun time bouncing, sliding and climbing at the festival.
Click below for the full list of activities
Make your Morning Workout Happen
By Amy Malpass Hahn
If your fingers are more acquainted with the snooze button than your feet are with the pavement, you might need a little dose of morning workout motivation. Here are some on how can you can increase the likelihood of making a sunrise sweat session happen.
Win a Smart TV valued at $1,549 at RBC Race for the Kids. For your chance to win and support seriously ill children and their families, simply buy a $5 raffle ticket or five!
Live Entertainment Announcement!
The fun doesn’t stop after the 5km race - A whole stack of entertainment awaits you at the finish line!
We are thrilled to announce the fantastic group of performers taking to the stage this year, ensuring everyone is moving and shaking for a great cause!
Race Remotely for the Kids
Take part in RBC Race for the Kids from anywhere, no distance is too far!
If you want to support Ronald McDonald House Charities Sydney, but won’t be in the area on Sunday 24 March, you can still participate as a Remote Runner – just sign up!
To find out more, read the full article.
Bailey is Running for... the Support System of Ronald McDonald House Charities Sydney
Don’t let Bailey Whitton’s age fool you. For a 12-year old he has experienced more than most of us have to deal with in a lifetime.
At 18-months old he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy and epilepsy, requiring specialist treatment in Randwick. He and his family have made the 6-hour journey many times and staying at Ronald McDonald House Charities Sydney has become the backdrop to every trip, providing them with a ‘home away from home’ and a support system.
Read his courageous story.
How to Become a Fundraising Superstar
When you register for RBC Race for the Kids, you can do more for Ronald McDonald House Charities Sydney by activating your individual fundraising page. It is easy and allows you to get as competitive as you want for a great cause.
We know some people feel a bit shy asking for donations, and that's ok! Here are a few tips to help you smash your target and become a fundraising superstar!
The Boy from Dubbo who Raised over $7000 for the Kids
Jackson Fleeton from Dubbo is an inspiring boy who was the top individual fundraiser for the RBC Race for the Kids 2018 campaign, after raising over $7,000 himself.