Race for Charity
The following charities will be the holders of a limited number of 2020 Noosa Triathlon entries, which are available for enthusiastic fundraisers.
Premium Charity Partner - Smiling for Smiddy
Take on Noosa Triathlon as part of Team Smiddy!
Mater Foundation’s Smiling for Smiddy program has been the Noosa Triathlon premium charity partner since 2010 and to date, more than $1.3 million has been raised from Team Smiddy triathletes for cancer research at Mater.
Smiling for Smiddy was launched in memory of Adam Smiddy who passed away to an aggressive cancer aged 26. What started as a humble memorial ride for a mate has grown to a series of cycling and triathlon challenges. Since 2006, Mater Foundation’s Smiling for Smiddy program has grown to encompass more than 2,400 athletes, 53 events and raised more than $8 million.
Limited places will be available for 2020 – make your experience about more than just the finish line, plus access exclusive Team Smiddy perks for both you and your family. We challenge you to run for a cause and be part of the Smiling for Smiddy VIP Noosa Triathlon experience.More
You might also like to commit to a little training to get you through the 1.5 km swim, 40 km cycle and 10 km run! The Smiling for Smiddy team will be hosting training sessions and information evenings in the lead up to the event to help get you there!
Best of all is the extra sense of achievement of crossing the finish line knowing you have contributed to a higher goal by raising funds for game changing cancer research at Mater.
Join hundreds of other athletes who have made Noosa Tri about more than the finish line and experience the unique 'Smiddy spirit'.
Cancer… We’re coming for you!
To learn more contact Krista on (07) 3163 8491 or register today and be a part of the amazing Team Smiddy experience!
- Guaranteed entry into the 2020 Noosa Triathlon Multi Sport Festival
- Exclusive Smiling for Smiddy priority check-in (avoid those long queues on Saturday!)
- Premium Smiling for Smiddy athlete bike racking
- Early wave start time between 6.30 and 6.45am
- Custom Smiddy performance tri-suit
- Exclusive access to our trackside Team Smiddy supporter zone (available for you and your family) with catering, private toilet facilities, and plenty of seating and shade for Super Saturday and Sunday Race Day
- Free post-race recovery massages provided by Allsports Physiotherapy
- Learn more here
- Pay the reduced rate Smiling for Smiddy Noosa Triathlon entry fee of $365
- Fundraise a minimum of $1000 for cancer research - the Smiddy fundraising support team are here to help every step of the way with resources, advice and motivation!
- Learn more at www.smiddy.org.au/noosa
The wonderful charities below have been selected as the 2020 Noosa Triathlon Charity Heroes. These charities will be the holders of a limited number of 2020 Noosa Tri entries, which are available for enthusiastic fundraisers. If accepted for a Charity Entry, you will be obligated to raise a minimum amount of funds for the charity (amounts stipulated by the individual charities).
Will you do more than just remember? Legacy Brisbane cares for the families of servicemen and women who have sacrificed their lives or their health as a result of their service. These courageous heroes made the ultimate sacrifice for us and Legacy is committed to do more for their loved ones.
Do more to support those left behind – Join Team Legacy today. Team Legacy has 25 spots in the 2020 Noosa Triathlon Multi-Sport Festival. To secure an entry, we’ll ask you to commit to raising a minimum of $1,500 for Legacy Brisbane and in return you’ll receive priority check in, a designated wave start perks, ongoing fundraising and training support from Legacy plus much more!Read more
Legacy Brisbane currently cares for more than 8,000 widows, families and children in the Brisbane area alone. With your support, we will continue to deliver valuable programs – supporting those who need it most.
- For our heroes’ children, your support can help sent 450 children to leadership and holiday camps each year, allowing them to thrive, despite their adversity and loss.
- For widows who have lost their partner, your support can provide 16,000 day trips annually to relieve isolation.
- For young families, your support can provide financial relief and educational assistance to reduce further stresses or strains on the household.
For more information and to register to be part of our team, call 07 3029 5622
Team Beyond Blue has 50 spots in the 2020 Noosa Triathlon Multi-Sport Festival. To secure an entry, we ask you to commit to raising a minimum of $2,000 for Beyond Blue, and in return you’ll receive free entry to the race, a Beyond Blue triathlon suit designed by 2XU, plus many more perks.
Many of us have been affected by anxiety or depression, either personally or through family, friends or colleagues. Right now, over 1 million people in Australia are experiencing depression and 2 million are experiencing anxiety. On average, eight people take their own lives every day in Australia.
Beyond Blue’s vision is for all people in Australia to achieve their best possible mental health. The funds and awareness raised from the Noosa Triathlon will help us enormously as we work to support people to protect their mental health and to recover when they are unwell, reduce people’s experiences of stigma and discrimination, and improve people’s opportunities to get effective support and services at the right time.
With your support, we will continue to innovate and deliver new services and programs, distribute free information resources and share powerful stories of hope and recovery across Australia, fund world-leading research, roll out evidence-based campaigns and advocate for all people in Australia affected by anxiety, depression and suicide.
Make-A-Wish® Australia creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. We work in partnership with sick kids, their families and medical teams to deliver unforgettable wish experiences – like making unicorns fly, sending kids to the moon and even helping Australia’s youngest cricket captain don the baggy green.
Make-A-Wish has 50 spots at the 2020 Noosa triathlon and we want you on our team!Read more
We believe wishes complement a child’s medical treatment, with the power to calm, distract and inspire at the time they need it most and our vision is to grant the wish of every eligible child.
To secure your spot we ask that Team Wish participants raise a minimum of $1500 and in return you’ll get:
- An exclusive Make-A-Wish tri-suit designed by Scody
- Dedicated fundraising coordinator
- Post event BBQ
- Charity hero medal
- Name on your race bib
Cure Brain Cancer Foundation
Did you know brain cancer kills more children in Australia than any other disease and more people under 40 than any other cancer?
Cure Brain Cancer Foundation is helping reverse this unacceptable situation by working with the world’s most brilliant research minds to steer the global brain cancer research agenda, bringing world-class clinical trials to Australia, and supporting Australian science to get new treatments from the lab to the clinic.
You can support our mission by raising funds and awareness for brain cancer at the 2020 Noosa Triathlon Multi-Sport Festival.
As part of Team Cure Brain Cancer, you’ll receive:
- Entry to the event
- CBCF branded tri suit designed by Cannibal
- Priority check in and designated charity wave start
- 1 free entry to the festival event of your choice (Run Swim Run, Breakfast Fun Run, Ocean Swim, Superkidz)
- Charity superstar finishers medal
- Support from a dedicated CBCF team member
Join Team Cure Brain Cancer today and help us win a bigger race – to find new treatments for brain cancer and put an end to this devastating disease.
Cystic Fibrosis Queensland
Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a degenerative condition that primarily affects the lungs and digestive system. It is a chronic, lifelong, progressive and life-shortening disease. There is no cure.
Team CF needs warriors like you to join the fight to breathe! Participate in the 2020 Noosa Triathlon to help raise funds and awareness for cystic fibrosis. We have 25 spots available and ask that you commit to raising $1,500. All funds raised will go towards providing support, services and hope for people living with cystic fibrosis.
The average life span of a person born today with CF is less than 40 years. Most people do not live past their twenties. Just to survive, people living with cystic fibrosis endure a daily regimen of medication and physiotherapy. However, as the disease progresses, patients face more intensive medication regimens, more rigorous daily therapies and more frequent hospitalisations. Both the disease and the treatment regimens affect patients’ quality of life.
Cystic Fibrosis Queensland is the peak community not for profit charity working with and for the increasing number of people living with cystic fibrosis who attend a Queensland Health clinic for treatment. We advocate for the entire cystic fibrosis community and seek to raise much needed awareness of this debilitating condition - 90% of our income relies on fundraising. We focus on improving the quality of life for all lives affected by cystic fibrosis. Our community care improves our members’ overall health and sense of well-being in a bid to reduce both the number of hospital visits undertaken per year and the length of stay of each visit.
HeartKids is the only national charity dedicated to supporting children, teens and adults affected by congenital heart disease, or heart disease acquired during childhood. We also fund life-saving research, provide information and advocate for these families’ needs.
HeartKids is excited to be returning as a Charity Partner for the 2020 Noosa Triathlon Multi-Sport Festival. To secure an individual entry, you’ll need to commit to raising a minimum of $1,200 for HeartKids and in return you’ll receive a custom designed HeartKids branded race kit, designated early wave start (individuals), priority check in and an invitation to the HeartKids post event function.Read more
Our support is a commitment for life, because there is no known cure. People with congenital heart disease face unique challenges for their entire life. Did you know 8 babies a day are born with the disease, which means over 3,000 families are thrown into turmoil each year? Our aim is to help all of them - and their families - to lead the most fulfilling life possible and to reach their personal goals.
We are the voice for all people impacted by congenital heart disease – one of the largest causes of infant death in Australia. We also provide dedicated support services and information for parents, young people, adults and Heart Angel (bereaved) families to provide guidance and support through the lifetime journey.
Funds raised from the Noosa Triathlon will help continue our support programs as well as funding research into the cause and cure for CHD.