A fundraiser for the CF Trust

Winter's here and while outside it's getting colder- inside the kitchen is heating up! We're inviting you to put an oven-baked dinner to good use and hold your own Big Roast to fundraise for The Royal Children's Hospital Cystic Fibrosis Research Trust during the month of July.

The idea for The Big Roast came to founder Kirsty Bowness when her four-year-old daughter Grace referred to cystic fibrosis as '65 Roasters'. Touched by Grace's first acknowledgement of the condition that affects both herself and five-year-old brother Liam, Kirsty and her husband Stephen hope to give Grace her '65 Roasters' by inspiring 65 or more participants to hold a Big Roast to raise money for cystic fibrosis research.

What do you need to have your own Big Roast? 

A cosy venue, a roast dinner and hungry and charitable dinner guests. It's as simple as that!

Register your Big Roast event by creating your fundraising page before the end of July.

Fundraising tools

Click here to download The Big Roast poster and put up in your workplace or share with family and friends. 

Click here to download The Big Roast postcard which is another great way to promote your fundraising. 

The Royal Children's Hospital Foundation, Melbourne

The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne is the major specialist paediatric hospital in Victoria and provides a full range of clinical services and health promotion and prevention programs for infants through to adolescents.

The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation plays a vital role in providing additional funding to support important research projects and purchase state of the art medical equipment to ensure that every child receives the very best treatment now and into the future.
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About Cystic Fibrosis

Cystic Fibrosis is a life-limiting disorder which severley affects lung function and digestion. As yet, there is no cure.

However with early detection and treatment, the quality of life and the longevity of those with Cystic Fibrosis can be greatly improved. This is why medical research into Cystic Fibrosis such as that undertaken by The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne is vitally important.


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