With a 2015 fundraising total of $585,000, the Outback Air Race has raised over $2.1 million for the Royal Flying Doctor Service since the inaugural event in 1996. The money raised goes towards medical fit-out of aircraft, providing life saving equipment for those in need.
HOW TO DONATE
The Outback Air Race is not able to accept donations between events, however if you wish to support this cause please click here for the RFDS website.
INTERSTATE AND INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPANTS
We welcome our interstate and international friends and their fundraising. For the interstaters, their funds raised will be repatriated to the RFDS operations in your own state.
Internationals participants will be required to nominate a service similar to that of RFDS in their country and direct their funds to that service.
The effort that you put into fundraising will therefore be in support of RFDS services in you own “outback” and local communities.
Administration of the event is being managed by a volunteer group of "Race Organisers". This eases the workload for the RFDS and allows the group to purely focus on race issues.