To be staged on “Super Saturday, March 11, 2017”, Walk For Phil encourages the generosity of the nation’s third biggest industry; to reach beyond it’s own participants, fans and supporters to embrace the general community to aid three of Phil Sly’s favourite charities.
Phil Sly was a larger than life character, thoroughly built around his passion for all of racing, from the punt, to ownership to camaraderie, but a man who valued life and giving to others.
Phil lost a staunch and rallying fight against “The Grub” of cancer in 2016 but not before inspiring others who were in sufferance along with many more who could make a difference and rally behind him and the cause.
And that is the idea behind Walk For Phil, something that he passionately drove before his passing, with a view to help his dear to heart Pancare, along with other life changing charities, Pinchapoo and Very Special Kids.
This walk is to honour not just his life, one fully spent, but to work towards providing life-changing differences for others.
Walk For Phil is a 27km walk from Caulfield Racecourse to Moonee Valley Racecourse and finishing up the straight at Flemington Racecourse .
Registration is $50 including a Walk For Phil shirt and breakfast .Walk starts at 5am sharp and concludes at 11:30am.
Give up your bed for one night and help keep a house warm this winter. Help us raise $25,000 to support the Lighthouse Foundation in keeping 10 homes warm this winter. Lighthouse is a dynamic and innovative Australian social venture organisation breaking the cycle of homelessness for young people. We are skilled at empowering young people to take responsibility for their own lives.
Every year in Australia there are thousands of newborn babies that need the help of specialised nursery care to support them with their battle for life.
Tara’s son Lincoln was born 7 weeks earlier than his due date. He needed around the clock monitoring of his heart rate and oxygen levels, so he was transferred to The Sunshine Coast Private Hospital. Lincoln was placed in a specialised incubator unit and required nasal cannulas that allowed him to breathe assisted.
Thanks to the support of people like you, Lincoln was able to go home 4 weeks later.
Unlike other private hospitals, The Sunshine Coast Private Hospital is a not-for-profit organisation. This means that that your generous gifts are invested directly into making our services better for our patients.
This year The Sunshine Coast Private Hospital Maternity Ward celebrates 30 years of providing Specialised Nursery Care and helping deliver babies into the Sunshine Coast community.
Can you help us celebrate and continue our vital work in supporting mothers like Tara through premature pregnancy? By donating before 30 June, you’ll help other despaired parents bring their babies home sooner.
Giving is easy. Simply click the 'donate now' button on the right had side of this page. All donations over $2 are tax deductible and a receipt will be emailed to you.
Thank you so much for your support.
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