PROUDLY SPONSORED BY:
Kedron-Wavell Services Club Inc & Kedron-Wavell RSL
Run or Walk to change lives through innovative medical research.
Run or Walk to remember…
Honour the legacy of our diggers this Remembrance Day by taking part in the 2019 Red Run on Sunday 3rd of November 2019.
Our veterans were there for us in our time of need. Now it’s our turn. Sign up for the Red Run now and raise funds for research into veteran health, liver Cancer and liver Disease.
One in four Australia’s has, or will develop, fatty liver disease, which can progress to liver cancer if left untreated. It is a health crisis that affects all Australians – with liver cancer now the fastest increasing cause of cancer mortality in the country.
Your support could make all the difference.
Join in the run and start raising money for research. Each participant is asked to raise some money towards this great charity.
The Red Run is much more than a typical 5km or 10km fun run. It is an integrated event that combines community participation, fun, activity, historic recognition, and fundraising for vital medical research.
Remembrance Day is an opportunity to reflect on the courage and sacrifice of the men and women who have served our country. The Red Run seeks to actively honor this legacy by incorporating current and ex-service personnel in the event and raise funds for medical research to benefit the veteran and broader Australian communities.
Proud sponsor Kedron-Wavell Services Club will host the event at their location on Sunday 3rd November with further support from the Kedron-Wavell RSL. GMRF has partnered with Elite Executive Events to ensure the event is delivered, implemented and assessed to the highest standard. The participant registration fee is used to cover the cost of delivering the event.
The Red Run race day experience will include:
A market-feel event precinct at Kedron-Wavell Services Club from 6am for interaction between participants, sponsors and the general public
Military equipment on display including tanks which will mark the start and finish line
Tunes played by the 7th Brigade band at the event precinct and at points during the course
Interaction with the 2nd and 14th Light Horsemen
A ceremonial service before the race including the last post and reveille, followed by a minute silence
A warm-up crew to get participants pumped for the starting siren!
Following the course, participants will receive complimentary water and fruit as well as an official Embossed Poppy Medallions and poppies to place on the Red Run Remembrance Wall
A gun-fire hot breakfast to follow, publicly available for $10 per person
A paying coffee van will be present throughout the event
On-site parking available free-of-charge and right next door to the event and venue