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Elyse, Ada and Grace Pretty ran in the 2017 City2Sea in memory of their adored Uncle Vin. They raised awareness and donations for heart disease.

Looking to make a difference and help to protect the health of all Australians?

Our fundraisers get involved for many reasons. They do it to remember a loved one, or to raise awareness about heart disease and diabetes. They do it for fun, or to get fit and look after their own health. But they all want to make a difference and so can you!

Chris White ran 17 marathons in 2017 to raise $17,000 for the Baker Institute. What challenge would you take on?

Read more about Chris White's challenge...

As a Baker Institute fundraiser, you will improve the quality of life for those living with heart disease and diabetes, while ensuring the health of future generations.

The possibilities are endless, but here are some popular ways to raise funds.

  • Enter a local fitness challenge, like a marathon or triathlon and ask your family and friends to sponsor your efforts.
  • Hold a morning tea at work or for your friends.
  • Organise a trivia night or auction at your local pub or club.

If you would like to get involved in community fundraising, please contact:

Amy Curtis
T
03 8532 1588
E Amy.Curtis@baker.edu.au

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With the rising number of Australians affected by diabetes, heart disease and stroke, the need for research is more critical than ever.

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