Rodda & Rally Power to raise funds for Cystic Fibrosis at Scouts Rally SA
- 20th July 2012, 10:27am
South Australian rally driver, James Rodda, with his Rally Power Motorsport Team, will be raising much needed funds for Cystic Fibrosis research during the upcoming Scouts Rally SA from July 27 to 29.
Cystic Fibrosis is one of the most common life threatening, recessive genetic diseases in Australian Children. CF can affect many organs but mainly the lungs with an excessive amount of mucus being produced. CF affects the lives of sufferers and their families due to ongoing medical treatment and hospital visits, and unfortunately a reduced life expectancy.
This has become a very personal issue for Rodda as the team's longest serving crew member, Matt Parker from MJP Automotive, recently had his new born daughter diagnosed with the disease.
To raise funds, Rally Power Motorsport will be selling team stubby holders for $5 each and team posters for $2 each with proceeds going to Cystic Fibrosis SA. They will be available from the Edwards Park Service and from team representatives over the weekend, so please make sure you don’t miss out! Other donations are also welcome.
“Already we have had an amazing response by many businesses and sponsors getting on board to contribute money for this worthy cause.” Rodda said.
Rally Power Motorsport would like to give huge thankyou to the following businesses for their generous contributions:
MJP Automotive, Meadows Veterinary Centre, S&J Automotive, Autosport, SA Motorsport Tyres, Repco Mount Barker, Mair Built Pty Ltd, Meadows Hotel, Norwood Auto Services, Wetsuitcoolers.com.au and Adelaide Hills Real Estate.
Scouts Rally SA kicks off on Friday 27th July and runs through to Sunday 29th July, with service park based at Edwards Park, West Terrace, City. Stages based in Mt Crawford, Barossa Environs, Mt Barker Environs and Kuitpo Forest close to Rodda’s home town of Meadows.
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