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Race for Redkite

Entering a physical challenge and racing for Redkite is a fulfilling way to raise funds for children and young people with cancer.

There are challenges which cater for all fitness levels. You can enter an existing challenge such as a triathlon, Ironman or running event, or set up your own.  

Join the inspiring Team Redkite today


Find a 2015 challenge near you

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Register and fundraise for Redkite

  1. Register directly with the event on-line.
  2. When asked, nominate Redkite as the charity you'll fundraise for.
  3. Follow the prompts to set up your on-line fundraising page and select Redkite as your chosen charity.
  4. Share your fundraising page with friends and family.
Need help? Redkite is here to help you register and fundraise on 1800 REDKITE (1800 733 548). Redkite will support you every step of the way with regular newsletters, fundraising tips and information on Redkite.

If you raise over $250 Redkite will send you a Redkite running singlet.

Setting up your own challenge? 

If you would like to set up your own physical challenge and 'Race to Redkite', please get in touch with Redkite. We can help you with ideas, fundraising tips and more. We'd also love to know about your event. Call 1800 REDKITE (1800 733 548), email or let us know online about your fundraising activity.

An easy way to start fundraising for your event is to set up an online giving page. It's easy to to create your online fundraising page and we're happy to help you if require assistance.

Supporters who've raced for Redkite

Redkite is grateful to the many Race for Redkite supporters who have made a real difference for families going through cancer.


Sea 2 SummitLisa Robinson is no ordinary Mum. Not only is she dealing with her daughter’s cancer experience and working as a doctor, Lisa also cycled in the Sea 2 Summit Challenge.
Mark FletcherMark Fletcher and his family know what it's like to be affected by cancer. That's why Mark took on not one, but many various phyisical challenges for Redkite.


Have you run, walked or cycled for Redkite? We want to share your story! Please email us at