Get the team back together in 2021 by registering a corporate or community team to ride in the Tour de Brisbane, raising funds for organ transplant research. Rebuild team morale with this family-friendly, socially distanced event while giving back to the Community.
Riding to raise funds for organ transplant research, your business could make a serious difference to people with end-stage heart and lung disease in need of a transplant. Our research teams at The Common Good have made some real progress in this area, with projects such as:
You can create a team for Tour de Brisbane with riders across multiple distances – this event is not only for seasonal cyclists. Our friends at Scody can help ensure brand recognition with a custom kit using your logo and business colours. We’ll set you up a team fundraising page, so you can accept and track donations towards your ride without having to take responsibility for cash handling - we’ll even send out donation receipts on your behalf!
This can be as low key or big as you like – go all out with socially distanced training rides, fundraising events, and some healthy competition with team member prizes for training or fundraising efforts.
For more information you can read our event FAQ here.
To join an existing team, simply:
If you’re unsure about the team registration process, or how to join an existing team, contact our friendly staff here at The Common Good and we'll help you set it up!
Once you’ve registered, we have all sorts of resources available including a Fundraising Guide to help spread awareness and boost your fundraising. The Common Good team would be only too happy to help if you’d like additional support for your fundraising initiatives, just give us a call!
As a team, you can multiply your impact by coming together and funding the vital work of organ transplant medical researchers based right here in Brisbane. Every $44 raised will fund another hour of research.
100% of the funds raised in Tour de Brisbane will go straight towards supporting the vital work of organ transplant medical researchers backed by The Common Good.
The research is time critical - for every $44 raised, another hour of research work can occur. Throw the challenge out to your