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Fundraise for us! Whether you'd like to participate in one of our own events, join a community fun run or fundraise through your own initiative, you can directly contribute to funding our youth programs.

Fundraising for SDMF is only limited by your imagination. By clicking the link below you can easily create and personalise your own online fundraising page. You can share the link to your fundraising page with your family, friends, workmates and networks through email and social media, post photos and videos and update and thank your supporters. Click 'Start Fundraising' now!

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Keep us in mind for your next fundraising event! Below are some suggested events in which you can choose to fundraise for Sir David Martin Foundation, although we know there are plenty more:

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  sydney morning herlad half marathon logo 2  

When? August 11 2019

Where? Sydney

Details: A popular road running event held annually in Sydney covering a 14km course. The event is a "fun run" as well as a race, attracting both competitive runners and community participants who can choose to run or to walk.

Blackmores Sydney Running Festival 

When? September 15 2019

Where? Sydney 

Details: Choose from four distance options - 3.5kms, 10kms, 21kms or 42kms - all passing over the Sydney Harbour Bridge.


When? August 25 2019

Where? Dee Why Beach to Newport Beach

Details: One of Sydney's most scenic "fun runs" following part of the Northern Beaches coastline. It includes 3km, 6km and 13km distance options. 

Sydney Morning Herald Half Marathon 

When? May 19 2019

Where? Sydney CBD

Details: Enjoy a 21km half marathon, or a shorter relay option through the Sydney CBD.

Already got your place? This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to let us know that you will be running for us!

Alternatively, call us on (02) 9219 2002 if you have any questions - we'd love to help.

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