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  • Walk or run for their lives!

    Sunday 27 October!

    The Rotary Club of Adelaide teams with Surf Life Saving South Australia to conduct this fun, family focused fundraising activity along Adelaide's beachfront.


  • Walk or run for their lives!

    Sunday 27 October!

    Our Partner Beneficiary is the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia SA/NT Branch. Everyone has a man in their life, even if it's just 'Dad'. It is an alarming fact that most Australian men will either die from or with prostate cancer. Do something for the men in your life.


  • *100% of All donations raised will go to your selected beneficiary!

    Your donations will help support the work in the community of these great SA organisations, to save lives and build a healthier and safer community.

    * less 3rd party financial transaction fees & govt taxes.


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At over 90 years old, The Rotary Club of Adelaide is the State’s first and oldest Rotary Club.
Rotary is an international service organisation whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
It is a secular organization open to all persons regardless of race, colour, creed, religion, gender, or political preference.
There are 34,282 clubs and over 1.2 million members worldwide. Members of our club meet weekly for lunch as an opportunity to organise work on our service goals in the community and internationally.
The Rotary ethos is "Service Above Self".




Surf Life Saving South Australia (SLSSA) is a unique not-for-profit charity and community service, built on a positive 'can do' attitude to life.
We exist through community donations, fundraising, corporate sponsorship and Government grants.
Each year it costs SLSSA in excess of $4 million to provide the free patrol service along the South Australian coastline.
Surf lifesavers, around Australia, are involved in over 14,000 rescues, 65,000 emergency care treatments and 700,000 preventative actions.
We have a wide range of services to ensure the safety of the community on and off the beach but to continue providing these services we need your help.
It takes a team to save lives

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