Each year Retina Australia WA Inc holds a series of fundraising and community awareness events, as well as Social Gatherings for members and associates. By getting involved you not only help us to raise vital funds for research, you assist us to facilitate support for individuals affected by an inherited retinal disease.
We see a cure for blindness!
2017 AGM & FRIENDS OF RAWA SOCIAL GATHERING
Save the date!
Venue: State Library of WA
Date: Saturday 25 November 2017
Time: 10.30 am – followed by The Friends of RAWA Social Gathering
Friends, family and guide-dogs are more than welcome.
Further details coming soon ….. or join the Facebook Event to stay up to date.
Friends of RAWA Social Gathering are facilitated by RAWA only, attendees are responsible for purchasing their own food and drinks.
GOLDEN WEST COLLECTORS FAIR 7 & 8 OCTOBER 2017 – CANCELLED
It is with great regret that we wish to advise the cancellation of our upcoming Golden West Collectors Fair. The Management Committee of Retina Australia WA has had to make this difficult decision as a result of several unforeseen circumstances. The GWCF has been a very successful long standing fundraising event for our organisation and hope that this will remain so into the future.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
2015 sees the return of the Retina Australia National Congress – Global Eyes.
Being held in Melbourne from October 23 to 25. Click the link for full program and registration form. Retina Australia National Congress Program 20150428 (inc rego form)
HBF RUN FOR A REASON
Make finding a cure for blindness your reason to run, jog or walk 21km, 12km or 4km around Perth’s stunning city.
At this year’s HBF Run for a Reason we want you to join Retina Australia WA’s Platinum Charity Team The Visionaries as we chase a cure for Inherited Retinal Disease.
For the thousands of Australian’s who are slowly losing their sight, it’s a race we need to win.
Every step you take as part of Retina Australia WA’s Platinum Charity Team is a step closer to a cure.
All of our runners recieve:
- A spot in our Platinum Charity Team “The Visionaries”.
- Dedicated support, guidance and training advice.
- A free racing singlet and cap
- Fundraising kit and team support
- Inspiring pre-race team training session with Steve from Hot to Trott Performance Coaching follow by breakfast and a chat with Glen Loftus, Australian Olympic Silver Medal winner (Lightweight Mens Four at the Athens Olympics).
MAKING TRACKS TO CURE BLINDNESS
Annual Family Fun Day
Making Tracks to Cure Blindness was a tremendous success in 2015, raising over $5,500 . We are already busy planning to make next year’s event bigger and better than ever. Thank you to the entire team at Castledare Miniature Railway for their continued support of our family fun day. A huge thank you to all our volunteers for their outstanding committment to the cause. And lastly, thank you to all that attended…. we had a fantastic day and we hope you did too.