The Common Good has a number of events you can get involved with during the annual calendar. Take up the challenge to ride 120km in support of organ transplant research, become a 'Scooper Hero' and volunteer at the legendary Strawberry Sundae Stalls, or simply nominate The Common Good (or Prince Charles Hospital Foundation) as your beneficiary charity at events like Bridge to Brisbane or City to Surf.
The Common Good is proud to announce the 19th Echo Australia Conference to be held virtually in partnership with the ASA.
The conference hosts an esteemed faculty of expert speakers, to deliver new and refreshed presentations highlighting the strengths and limitations of traditional echocardiographic techniques, the latest echocardiographic advances, and the application of these technologies in the diagnosis and assessment of various cardiac diseases.
We're proud to partner with Brisbane Blast for our community to enjoy some exercise in the wonderful Queensland sun.
Invite your friends and family for a Free 4km Bridge Walk, Free 4km Community Fun Run and Free 4km Community Ride.
This event is FREE to enter however we ask would you consider “giving time” to support researchers by making a donation to fund vital medical research.
$44 = 1 hour of research. Buy Time, Save Lives.
Join the bunch and experience Australia’s ultimate ride to support heart and lung transplant research. With over 110km of FULLY CLOSED city roads and a new home at the Brisbane Showgrounds, the Tour de Brisbane partnered with Splatt Lawyers is the one ride you don’t want to miss!
Ride for a cause. For 2021, we're on a mission to raise $200,000 to support heart and lung transplant research at the Prince Charles Hospital.
There’s multiple rides to get you moving with distances and challenges for everyone. Whether you’re going for a pedal with the fam or going for the podium, there’s a ride or race for you.
The Cycle of Giving is The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation’s annual ride raising more than $200,000 for organ transplant research. Starting and finishing at James Drysdale Recreation Reserve in Bunya, grab a Merlo coffee and ride alongside some of the most inspiring people you’ll ever meet, our heart and lung transplant recipients.