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helloworld brand takes to the outback for charity

helloworld has gone bush with a branded vehicle into the outback, to raise funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS).

helloworld has gone bush with a branded vehicle into the outback, to raise funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS).

 

The helloworld sponsored vehicle, driven by business Member and Director of the JourneyMasters, Digby Warren joined a number of other vehicles in the annual ‘Outback Car Trek’.

During the seven day 3,242km ‘road trip’ the convoy of older cars visited several outback locations to help promote awareness of the amazing work the Royal Flying Doctors do.

The trek kicked off in Mildura, Victoria, before travelling west into South Australia, then back through New South Wales before crossing Queensland’s outback through Stanthorpe and finishing up in Byron Bay, Northern New South Wales.

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Digby Warren drives helloworld around the outback.

In the past 25 years, The Outback Car Trek has raised over $24 million for the RFDS and all funds raised go towards capital expenditure, generally not covered by Government funding.

“We are so proud to support Digby Warren on his trek across the outback and help raise much needed funds for an organisation that helps so many Australians every day.”

David Padman, Head of helloworld’s Associate and Affiliate Networks

“The RFDS covers an incredible 80 percent of this continent and helloworld is excited to support this worthy cause.”

Click here to make a donation to the 2015 Outback Car Trek and donate to Digby’s Car 16.

Do you know anyone that has taken the seven-day trek?