Monash Girl Guides are once again entering the Moomba Birdman Rally! Or, ‘Birdgirl’, as they prefer to call it. They have chosen the Monash Children’s Hospital as their charity.
Piloted by the fearless Maddy, these Girl Guides are are pulling together past experience to take their craft to new heights.
Keen to support Maddy and her crew? You could…
- Buy a patch! Maddy will be taking the plunge into the Yarra River in some daring, yet comfortable, patchwork pants. Her pants will be covered in patches with names of individuals, groups, and Units from Girl Guides all over Victoria.
- Buy a badge! This year, the Birdgirl team have created an awesome badge for your campfire blanket.
- Create a Trefoil! Create your best Girl Guide Trefoil from your spare gold and silver coins. Then…
- Donate! Any little bit helps. Donate here.
- Vote! Vote for Girl Guides Flying High to win the Audience Choice Award, and go in the draw to win one of five Moomba Festival Family Fun Ride Passes!
- Join the Cheer Squad! Join the Monash Girl Guides to cheer on Maddy on the banks of the Yarra River from 11.00 am on Sunday 8 March. The Girl Guides will be gathered on the south side of the river, opposite the jump platform. Check out this handy map.
From the Monash Girl Guides about their chosen charity:
“They have recently opened amazing new premises for children and their fundraising for necessary equipment and research is in real need of support. As this hospital is in our zone and would be the closest for our Guides, their families and friends – we felt it our duty to contribute in a substantial way to assist with the health of those in our community.
This is also an educative opportunity for our Guides to have a better understanding of the extent of what the hospital system does for our community and how it is a place where we can go for help to make lives better and be supported at times of difficulty for families. A focus on health, safety and helping others is why we know Monash Children’s Hospital is a charity we will strive to support.”