Goal $10,000
Fundraising for Cancer Council
Cancer Council
Shitbox Rally Spring 2024
$300
Raised
3%
Our Story …

We are Tall & Small - Rhys and Elliot - we're both super keen to amongst it in this years Spring Shitbox Rally! Whilst we know nearly everyone has the dreaded "C-Word" touch their lives in someway, both Elliot and Rhys have had closer experiences than some. Rhys hast lost his Dad, Aunt, Grandfather and a few other family members to a few different types of Cancer. Elliot has also lost some Family members and had some extremely close calls with others who still have to fight their battles daily. These are the people we're going to drive for.

So we're going on adventure. To heal, help, enjoy and raise awareness and much needed funds to keep pushing for breakthroughs in research to cancers that effect so many Australians, and maybe, the dollar you donate is the one that helps save a family member of your own.

A LITTLE ABOUT SHIT BOX RALLY -

We are really excited to announce that we're taking part in Shitbox Rally Spring 2024! This year, all the teams are driving their Shi*boxes from Bendigo to Townsville.

Shi*box Rally is the largest community lead fundraiser for Cancer Council in Australia and is now in its 14th year. Part of the participation is that all teams have to raise a minimum of $5,000 but most teams raise well above this amount as you can see with the Spring 2024 rally target set at $2,000,000 plus.

These funds go to Cancer Council and we are extremely proud to be doing our part to support such a worthy charity. The fundraising is the hard part, so any donation you can give is greatly appreciated. Please make sure to follow our progress via this page and the blog post below.

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Here's what I'm doing …

Shitbox Rally is the adventure of a lifetime challenging participants and their cars, worth no more than $1,500, on a 7 day drive across Australia to raise money for cancer research.

The rally is not a race – it’s a fun, colourful, unpredictable adventure with participants travelling at their own pace in smaller groups. Vehicles often break down but “we never leave anyone behind” and each night is spent camping beneath the stars and celebrating the day’s achievements. It all adds up to an incredible opportunity to see Australia’s vast and beautiful countryside and make lifelong friends, many brought together after experiencing cancer themselves or seeing cancer impact family and friends.

Since it’s inception the rally has been the largest fundraiser for the Cancer Council nationally.

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raised: $625,646
target: $2,000,000
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3 months ago
Tall and Small
Tall and Small
<p>Today, we've begun our Fundraising and Shitbox Rally Journey - all its takes is a dollar or two and we might be on our way to solving this dreaded disease! </p><p></p><p>We've got our logo's on Stickers, Caps and Shirts all coming soon with ALL proceeds being donated to the cause! </p><p></p><p>Things are happening and you can follow along on our socials - @tallandsmallrallyteam</p>
3 months ago
Tall and Small
Mary Murphy gave $300.00.
Good luck Rhys. A great cause
3 months ago
Thank you Mary! This is so wonderfully generous!
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The Impact, Outcomes & Charity

Shitbox Rally is a dedicated fundraising event for cancer research with funds going to Cancer Council.

Cancer Council is one of the largest non-government funders of cancer research in Australia. We conduct and fund research studies across all cancers and all stages of the cancer journey.

Thanks to the community funds raised such as Shitbox Rally we can fund world-class research that reduces the impact of cancer for everyone.

$41 million over the past 13 years has been raised by Box Rallies to date, supporting ground-breaking projects such as:

  • A research study to develop a vaccine that protects against lymphoma cancers.
  • A research trial to standardise international guidelines on melanoma removal.
  • A research grant to revolutionise the treatment of pancreatic cancer.

These projects wouldn’t be possible without your support.