Support us in the 2018 Variety Bash!

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For our second year running, the Tribeca Tribe & ‘The Beast’ will be participating in the 2018 Variety Bash from Geelong to Townsville, to raise funds for Variety – the Children’s Charity.

Variety – the Children’s Charity is a national non-profit organisation committed to empowering Australian children who are sick, disadvantaged or have special needs to have a fair go.

Car 400, aka ‘The Beast’, raised a grand total of $12,203 in last year’s Variety Bash, which couldn’t have been achieved without the help of people like you! Our goal each year is to exceed our funds raised from the previous year, so we can give more to this fantastic charity that is so close to our hearts. This year, we’re aiming to raise $25,000. Please help us support this great cause by visiting our official fundraiser page via this link.

Every little bit counts. Here’s how your money can make a difference:

  • Equipment that helps children with their mobility, like wheelchairs, and walking aids.
  • Rare and expensive medical equipment and services including insulin pumps, wigs, feeds, oxygen pumps and more.
  • Technology, programs and scholarships that help children unlock all the joys of education and communication.

100% of your donation goes towards Variety – the Children’s Charity and all donations will receive a tax-deductible receipt.

Raising money and going on this adventure is something that we’ve always wanted to do and is part of our Good Life plans.

Your support of the Tribeca Tribe and the Beast in the 2018 Variety Bash is very much appreciated.

– Ryan Watson & Ryan Merrett

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