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C3 Cyclists Visit South East Regional Hospital on fundraiser

The C3 Cyclists 2017 Team is riding by bicycle 665 kilometres from Canberra, ACT to Sydney, NSW.

Together, they are looking to fundraise over $40,000 to supply Cooma District Hospital, Bega District Hospital and Fairfield Hospital with much-needed medical equipment. In consultation with Humpty Dumpty Foundation, C3 Cyclists have identified that Cooma District Hospital, Bega District Hospital and Fairfield Hospital have urgent needs for critical life-saving equipment that is fundamental for the ongoing care of sick children and babies of their surrounding communities.

The Equipment for the South East Regional Hospital, Bega A T34 SYRINGE PUMP X 2: $2,400 EACH ($4,800)

This infusion system is used to deliver predetermined doses of antibiotics or pain relieving medication to a child. This syringe pump ensures the child will receive life-saving medication in very small volumes at a strictly controlled rate which improves the outcome. This equipment is vital.

In total, C3 Cyclists has raised over $150,000 for the Humpty Dumpty Foundation since 2010. C3 Cyclists, in partnership with C3 Beyond, have ridden thousands of kilometres to raise this money to provide essential medical equipment needed to improve the quality of childcare in regional Australian Hospitals such as Bathurst Base Hospital, Port Macquarie Base Hospital, Nambour General Hospital, Bourke District Hospital, Queanbeyan District Hospital and this year, Fairfield Hospital, Cooma Hospital and Bega Hospitals.

About the Humpty Dumpty Foundation Having now raised over $55 million and continuing to make a significant impact on the lives of sick and injured children at children’s hospitals and health service centres in every state of Australia, the Humpty Dumpty Foundation was established over 26 years ago by Founder and Executive Chairman, Paul Francis OAM.

The Humpty Dumpty Foundation has enjoyed long-time support from its Patron, television journalist Ray Martin AM, Olympian Jane Flemming OAM – Ambassador/Board Member and Wallaby great Phil Kearns AM, Ambassador and Founder of the Humpty Dumpty Balmoral Burn.

Through annual fund-raising initiatives including the Good Egg lunch, Balmoral Burn and the Great Humpty Ball along with the support of generous individual and corporate donors, in 2016 the Humpty Dumpty Foundation delivered over 500 pieces of medical equipment to hospitals across Australia. Most recently the Humpty Dumpty Foundation and IGA made a significant difference to the lives of children in Moruya and surrounding areas presenting Moruya District

Hospital with a Jaundice Detector valued at $4,780 for the Maternity Unit. Locals, community and business organisations interested in supporting the Humpty Dumpty Foundation and their local hospital by donating a piece of medical equipment or by making a donation can view the wish-list at or contact the Humpty Dumpty Foundation on 02 9419 2410. Media Release


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