The CEO Magazine highly values the need to give back. For the past five years, we have been supporting the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) – and this year is no different.

Chris Dutton (CEO) and Daniel Di Loreto (Managing Director) of The CEO Magazine are participating in the 29th annual RFDS Outback Car Trek. Stretching some 3,500km from Tamworth, NSW to Airlie Beach, QLD during June 2018, it’s hoped the week-long event will raise more than A$1 million to help save lives.

“We’ve met people who wouldn’t be here today without this annual event,” says Chris, who has been involved in the trek since 2013. “The RFDS cannot survive on the little funding it receives from the government alone, so the Outback Car Trek really does make a difference.”

The RFDS cannot survive on the little funding it receives from the government alone, so the Outback Car Trek really does make a difference.

The CEO Magazine is looking to raise funds for this incredible cause and would love your support. “No matter how big or small the donation, we are humbled by your generosity and thank you in advance for supporting for such an amazing cause,” Chris says.

Royal Flying Doctor Service Outback Car Trek 2018

Any company donation of A$1,000 or more will receive their company logo on one of The CEO Magazine’s vehicles used for the trek.

To date the trek has raised in excess of A$26 million for the RFDS.

The event is such a huge success due to its focus on four key elements:

  • Raising money for such an valuable service;
  • Contributing socially and financially to the towns it visits;
  • Exploring parts of Australia that most people can only dream about visiting;
  • Having fun.

To donate to this worthy cause, head to the Outback Car Trek’s fundraising page