The Big Guns are coming in 2020! Watch this space.
The new team will be extra special!
Rosies, Friends on the Street
“Tonight, 20,000 Queenslanders are homeless. Nearly half are women. Over 40% are aged 25 or under. More than 3,500 of those are kids 12 or under.
Rosies reaches out to those most in need, those people who are abandoned, marginalised, socially isolated within our communities.“
How can I contribute?
Piagnos Newsagency, a "Rosie’s Runners" supporter, has a collection tin at the coffee shop a few months preceding the race.
Donations can also be made directly to St. Thomas’ parish office next to the church and will be receipted.
Rosies would also appreciate any donations of plastic cups, hot drink cups, cordial, milo and long-life milk. These can be dropped off at the parish office.
The 2019 Duo "Rosie’s Runners"
- Jake Priestly and Liam Pozzibon -
A dynamic DUO
The 2018 Solo "Rosie's Runner"
- Jake Priestly -
Jake is out to beat his older brother's time and fundraising effort in the 2018 race.
The 2015 "Rosie's Runner"
Picture: Josh Priestly. 2015 "Rosies Runner".