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.
As you’ll be aware this year’s Royal Queensland Show has been cancelled due to the public gathering restrictions implemented by Federal Government in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ensuring the health and safety of the Ekka community and the general public is paramount and we fully support the decision to cancel this year’s event.
The iconic Strawberry Sundae is not only an Ekka tradition, it also generates significant funding for critical medical research at The Prince Charles Hospital with over 4000 hours funded last year. I’m sure we can all agree medical research is more relevant now than ever before, yet this crucial funding stream has been turned off.
Register your interest in volunteering at the Ekka 2021- Strawberry Sundae Stalls by clicking the button below:
This year’s Tour de Brisbane has been postponed until the 11 April 2021.
We will keep you updated with registration details for the 2021 event as soon as they are available.
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.