The St Mary’s Sporting Club has committed to supporting the Cadel Evans Road Race to assist in fundraising for the 2019 Fiji Cultural Exchange program. The Club receives $50 for every ‘volunteer shift’ that is filled and this all goes towards the 2019 Fiji Cultural Trip.
Volunteering is an incredible way to rub shoulders with the stars, contribute to our St Mary’s community, develop new skills and meet other cycling enthusiasts.
This even is also a great opportunity to bring some fundraising from outside of our normal sponsorship avenues. The event is held on the long weekend later this month so hopefully we all would have had a nice break and can spend some time helping out at this great event.
Saturday 26 January 2018 – Elite Women’s Event
Sunday 27 January 2018 – Elite Men’s Event
Times To be confirmed closer to the event
Please check out the website for full event details.
2. Registration Process
The overwhelming majority of roles are course marshals across the course – can you please indicate course marshal and preferred area (Geelong, Barwon Heads or Torquay). You can also nominate one or both days as they are counted as separate “shifts” where the Club will receive $50 for each shift filled! Feel free to ask your family and friends to volunteer but please have them complete details below so that St Mary’s Sporting Club gets recognised.
Please register using the St Mary’s Sporting Club registration link. Ensure you complete your contact details and the following group information details:
Volunteer Organisation: St Mary’s Sporting Club
Team Leader: Mick Ryan
TL email: firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Club coordinator
Michael Ryan, our the event coordinator, will receive updates as to number of St Mary’s Sporting Club people registered and further details such as times, delivery of event T Shirts and caps etc.
Register now so that you can get your preferred day and location!
Need more information? Contact:
0434 664 545