St Vincent's Scrubs Run and Family Fun Day - the Fun Run for Everyone!
Sunday 17 April, 2016, Princes Park, Carlton North
Thank you so much to all those that participated in St Vincent’s Scrubs Run 2016! It was such a lovely day out and the weather was (fortunately) so kind to us. We hope you had a fantastic time and look foward to seeing you again next year.
The event’s success is a direct result of those strong supporters who went above and beyond to raise money for St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne.
And what an outstanding result so far... with over $50,000 in online donations already raised for the different hospital departments and wards we cannot wait to see where the final figure rests in just over a months time.
The website is still open for donations until the end of May, so it’s not too late to let your friends and family know that they can still donate to your team here.
We are always looking for ways to improve our fundraising events and feedback from participants is vital to ensure our next event is even better!
We would be grateful if you could take a couple of minutes to complete this short survey. Those that complete the survey will be in the running to win 6 bottles of Bellvale wine.
Click here to take the survey now.
Thank you again and we hope to see you at St Vincent’s Scrubs Run 2017!
The Scrubs Run Team
A BIG THANKS ALSO GOES TO OUR EVENT PARTNER 13 CABS
St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne
As a tertiary public healthcare service, St Vincent’s provides acute medical and surgical services, emergency and critical care, aged care, diagnostics, rehabilitation, allied health, mental health, palliative care and residential care, as well as undertaking research and educating the next generation of healthcare professionals. We have over 5,000 staff and 848 beds.
St Vincent’s strives to never lose sight of what makes our service unique. We understand that each patient is an individual with their own hopes and fears. We acknowledge the whole person, not just their illness. The essence of St Vincent’s lies in our approach to the smaller, day-to-day interactions with our community; these are the defining moments that transform care from good to exceptional.