Regretfully our Dr. Ross Walker Health Seminar will no longer go ahead this Saturday 17th November.
We apologise for any inconvenienced caused and hope to see you at one of our 2020 Charity Events.






Rock And Laughter Charity Night



Premiere Charity Event

We had a fantastic night at the charity premiere of Alex and Eve movie. Thank you to our generous friends for supporting us. A special thanks to Doltone House for the wonderful food and Roses Only for the beautiful flowers.

Star of the movie Andrea Demertidias with TGF Vice-President Martin CooperAndrea with music band 'Brothers 3'
Master of Ceremonies, Peter FitzsimmonsAndrea with 2 actresses from the movie

Annual CEO breakfast

We were very fortunate to have the Australian Tax Commissioner, Mr Chris Jordan, speak at our annual CEO breakfast. Mr Jordan spoke about recent changes at the Tax Department and then joined a Q&A session with former Federal Finance Minister, The Hon Helen Coonan and President of The Gut Foundation, Professor Terry Bolin. Guests were encouraged to take better care of their health and get checked for bowel cancer.

Professor Terry Bolin, The Hon Helen Coonan, Mr Chris Jordan, Ms Cathy Harris AO PSM

Outrun Cancer 2015

Outrun Cancer 2014 Update

Congratulations to all the runners in our Treadmill Marathon, who raised funds for our bowel cancer prevention research project.

What an amazing afternoon! It was almost a battle of the banks, with teams from Citibank, Westpac, Macquarie and CBA racing each other to be 1st to finish 42.2km. Event sponsors, Kelloggs, put in a strong performance but it was AMEX who took out the winning trophy.

Alan Tongue and Mario Fenech, NRL Kick Bowel Cancer Ambassadors, joined us to cheer on the runners and present the trophy to the winning team.

Thank you to Kelloggs for sponsoring the event and providing samples of their new All Bran cereal.

A special thank you to Luca from Outrun Cancer, for his amazing fantastic efforts in organising the event.

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The Gut Foundation Dinner - Celebrating 30 years

About 180 guests attended our recent dinner at the beautiful Doltone House, to celebrate 30 years of the Gut Foundation. Guest speaker was Commando Regiment Corporal Heath Jamieson, who was badly wounded in Afganistan and who now works with injured veterans. He gave a moving talk about his war experience and his unforgettable trek to the South Pole with Prince Harry.

Guests included Local Government Minister Paul Toole, NRL Ambassador Mario Fenech and Gut Foundation President Professor Terry Bolin.

A very special thank you to John Flood and Sandy Oatley, for their generous support of the event.

We would also like to thank our generous sponsors - Wild Oats, Hamilton Island, Holllydene estate wines, Peterson House wines, Scarborough, Pukara, Tullochs wines, Tyrrells wines, Coogee Bay hotel, Arnotts, Active Travel, Pandaw River Cruises, Bell Potter, Designer Rugs, Big Dream Events, Travel Managers, Lexus of Chatswood, Sydney Markets, Vintec, McCarrolls, Macdiarmid Sails.