Your support of Garvan in this year’s City2Surf will bring us one step closer to discoveries that will prevent, diagnose and treat disease.

The Garvan Institute of Medical Research is recognised as a world leader in fundamental biomedical and genomic research aimed at discovering cures and better treatments for a range of diseases.

For every $1 Garvan receives in government funding, we need to raise an additional 70 cents to fully achieve the potential of this research. This is why your fund raising efforts are so vital.

Gather your friends, family and colleagues on Sunday 11 August for 14km’s of fun and help to raise much needed funds for Garvan.

We see a future where everyone enjoys longer, healthier lives. With your support it’s within reach.

When you support Garvan and raise a minimum of $100 and you will receive a Team Garvan singlet and cap to wear on the day.

Follow these two simple steps to register and support Garvan!

Step 1 Click on the “Start Fundraising button” below to set up your personal fundraising page to start fundraising for Garvan!

Step 2 Register for the City2Surf by clicking here and following the instructions below:

a.      Registration Type – select to register as an individual or a family. 

b.      Team Options - select “I’m part of a Team” and search for “Team Garvan” and select “Join”.

c.       Complete the rest of the registration form online. 
(Please note - when asked to choose a charity under Charity Partners, Garvan are not listed. Please skip this step and continue. On the final page, once you have registered successfully, there is a link to “fundraising” where you can select Garvan. It is very important that you create your own personal fundraising page to link your event registration to your fundraising page).

Interested in forming your own running Team but still want to fundraise for Garvan? Please contact who will help you to register.

Can’t make it on the day but want to support Garvan? You can make a direct donation by clicking “Donate Now”.

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