Supporter Stories Archives | RAH Research Fund
Supporter Stories April 2020

Cheryl’s kindness is changing lives

We are so grateful for the community support we receive from South Australians like passionate community fundraiser, Cheryl Lucas. Five years ago,… Read More

Supporter Stories August 2019

Cans for Cancer

Changing lives one can at a time. When Don Dixon lost his wife to cancer, he decided to put the cans and… Read More

Supporter Stories April 2019

Every dollar counts for Jodie

Jodie Hartley may be living more than 160 kms northwest of our hospital, but she is one of the RAH Research Fund’s… Read More

Supporter Stories October 2018

Emily’s sign of love

Emily’s sign was much more than a sheet of cardboard with big letters proclaiming: “Stuff for Sale”. It was a sign of… Read More

Supporter Stories October 2018

CRAB: Cancer Research Advocate Bikers

Background Cancer Research Advocate Bikers (CRAB) is a not-for-profit organisation that was originally founded in Queensland by a biker named Robbie Grimstone… Read More

Supporter Stories October 2018

Beachport Bowling Club

Background Beachport is a small town of around 650 people on the beautiful Limestone Coast in SA’s lower south-east. The popular tourist… Read More

Supporter Stories March 2017

Where the Research Happens!

The Royal Adelaide Research Fund are always delighted to meet donors in person and be able to show them where some of… Read More

Supporter Stories March 2017

Helping Researchers Fight Pancreatic Cancer

Shirley Dick knows all too well the silent killer that is pancreatic cancer, losing her husband Ian Dick to the disease at… Read More

Supporter Stories March 2017

Decades of Service to the RAH Research Fund – Maureen’s story

Maureen Goodwin has been volunteering her time at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) Research Fund for over 25 years. Now a Life… Read More

Supporter Stories January 2017

Lillies for Leukemia

The Lillies for Leukemia group have been a major supporter of the RAH Research Fund and we are so thankful for their… Read More

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