The IMF is involved in many events throughout the year, some organised by IMF and others organised by our corporate supporters and people in the community.
Visit this page to find out about upcoming events and click here to start fundraising for IMF once you’ve registered in your event!
To find out more about hosting your own event or fundraising, please contact the office on (02) 6162 4750 or email email@example.com
A community event in partnership with the Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet. It’s a free event, but please click the link above to register.
A fun, community-spirited event with a distance for everyone! Whether it’s your first triathlon or you’re a seasoned triathlete, this event caters to all ages and abilities! IMF is once again honoured to partner with the event.
Join Deadly Runners, IMF supporters and a number of Graduates at this fantastic community event that once again has chosen IMF as the event’s charity of choice. The run takes place on the esplanade and offers sensational weather, relaxed, social atmosphere and really is ideal for those who are looking to combine a little getaway with some running! It’s an event not to be missed, so register today.
14th-15th – The Australian Running Festival, Canberra
Come and conquer Canberra! A range of distances are on offer and you will run through some picturesque landscape of the nation’s capital. Don’t forget to keep your eye out for lots of our Deadly Runners and say hi if you ‘run’ into them!
On 22 May, 2016 IMP Graduate, Zibeon Fielding is set to take on an epic challenge – a 62km run from his remote community of Mimili to Indulkana.
The ultimate goal is to raise $50,000 for The Purple House – Western Desert Dialysis. The money will be used to help get the doors open at the first remote dialysis unit on the APY lands – Pukatja/Ernabella SA.
Opening in 2018, the new dialysis unit will provide much needed ‘on country’ dialysis for Anangu people.
Indigenous people from remote Australia are being diagnosed with kidney failure at unprecedented rates and without ‘on country’ treatment options, dialysis patients are forced to relocate Alice Springs or Adelaide – many miles from home.