Team Flinders

Christmas Appeal 2016

This year when Liz (pictured above) spends her Christmas with her husband, Steven, amd her three growing boys - Ross, who's 9, Lewis, who's 13 and 14-year-old Nicholas - she will do so buoyed by the hope for what the new year's research on neuroconditions, like Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can bring.

When she was pregnant with Ross, Liz was diagnosed with MS, and overnight, her life changed. She went from being an active Mum, to facing a very uncertain future.

As her energy and coordination decline and fade, Liz knows it's only going to get more difficult as the disease progresses. "If MS doesn't kill you, being more susceptible to flu and other illnesses will."

Research is Liz's only hope of surviving MS and having a better quality of life.

"People with neurological conditions can have awful lives, stuck in wheelchairs wehre they have no quality of life. If we could actually find better treatments and a cure, then people can live a fantastic life - but it is not going to happen if we can't pay for the research," she explains.

Just lik Liz, there are thousands of people living with a range of neurological and mental health conditions, - including Parkinson's Disease, Alzheimers Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and Motor Neuron Disease - there is no cure, there are minimal treatment options, and the causes remain unknown.

We're asking you to help change the future for people like Liz. By making a donation this Christmas, you will give the gift of real hope to thousands living debilitating and life-threatening neurological diseases.

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Help us Fight Cancer

KB's Biggest Battle Yet!

Kerry Briggs has a message for us all. Go and get yourself checked. It could save your life. 

She knows better than most the importance of listening to your body, following your gut, and valuing every minute with your loved ones. 

In 2011 at the age of 32, Kerry was diagnosed with breast cancer. Her children, Lachlan and Caitlin, were 4 years , and 6 months old at the time.  She received a few years of treatment and all was looking positive. But in 2014 the Briggs family was dealt an unimaginable blow, discovering that Kerry's cancer had returned and was now incurable.

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Latest Events and Challenges

30 July - 5 August 2017

Join us to Trek the Red Centre for cancer with Team Flinders and you’ll play a vital role in improving the lives of cancer patients.


The Larapinta Trail is regarded as one of Australia’s premier walking tracks. From the old Alice Springs Telegraph Station to the peak of Mount Sonder, the trail stretches

223 kilometres along the backbone of the West MacDonnell Ranges.

As part of this incredible – yet challenging – adventure, you will stand on ancient escarpments and gaze out upon the ochre-coloured landscapes of Central Australia. You will follow Aboriginal Dreaming tracks and trek beside one of the world’s oldest river systems.

By day, you will challenge yourself as you trek across the Red Centre, experiencing the diversity of desert habitats and learn the unique history of Australia’s Indigenous people.

At night, you will fall asleep to the sounds of native wildlife under a blanket of stars.

All funds raised by participants in this challenge will be dedicated to delivering programs which aim to provide cancer patients, and importantly cancer survivors, access to the best quality of life possible.

Find out more here

 2017 Lightsview Ride Like Crazy

Ride for Charity

Sunday 15th January 2017

 Supporting advancements in treatment and care for Brain Cancer patients in SA

Now in its 8th year, the annual Lightsview Ride Like Crazy has attracted over 11,000 riders and donated over $1.3 million to charity in South Australia. 

With a strong focus on raising funds for Brain Cancer research and patient care, Lightsview Ride Like Crazy leads the way in promoting wellbeing and road safety for South Australians through a long-term partnership with SAPOL. 

Thanks to the partnership with SAPOL, funds raised by the community for the Lightsview Ride Like Crazy have enabled the development of South Australia’s first and only ‘Brain Bank’ – a facility based at Flinders which collects and stores donor tissue – vital for supporting brain cancer researchers in South Australia.

Fundraise and ride for free!

Raise a minimum of $200 and you could get your registration refunded by Lightsview Ride Like Crazy 2017!

Join the Lightsview Ride Like Crazy team and raise funds for Brain Cancer, knowing that all money raised will go directly to the cause2017 Beneficiaries are the Flinders Foundation and the Neurosurgical Research Foundation.

The first 500 registered participants for Lightsview Ride Like Crazy 2017 who raise at least $200 are eligible for a full refund of their registration cost. If you wish to apply for a refund please contact

Note: You must register for Lightsview Ride Like Crazy before registering on the Team Flinders site.

Join the Team



Choose your cause, or challenge yourself to join a pre-existing event or team.

Each year the Flinders Foundation holds a variety of events and fundraising projects to raise money for research and care projects at Flinders Medical Centre which will help save lives, give patients comfort, or help to eradicate diseases such as cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s - to name just a few.

Upload your photo, create a profile, and make it easy for your friends and family to sponsor you by sending out your unique link by email, Facebook and Twitter.

The funds you raise will go towards the cause you nominate, and your efforts will help the health and wellbeing of present and future generations. read more >

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