CYCLISTS in this year’s Cardiac Challenge will be supported by Queensland’s largest super fund.
The Far North Queensland Hospital Foundation is announcing that the fundraising ride for 2020, has proudly partnered with QSuper.
Foundation CEO Tony Williamson said, “It is a natural fit for the two organisations to work closely together, QSuper shares our Queensland trusted values.”
“QSuper has actually supported the ride for the past few years and we’re excited to welcome them as naming rights sponsors for 2020. Funds raised in 2019 helped support healthcare services in improving the quality of care provided in our regional Queensland communities,” Mr Williamson said.
QSuper Regional Business Development Manager Rhonda Coghlan has completed the ride every year since 2016 and said, “By supporting our healthcare community, we’re helping to ensure they continue to provide quality emergency and primary healthcare services for our members, and all Queenslanders.”
“For me, it actually started when a girlfriend and I decided to tackle it together. It’s become such a huge part of my life in the connections with the community, and of course seeing the incredible difference it makes in our local community,” Mrs Coghlan said.
“Everyone knows someone here who has been through the cardiac unit and when we ride our bikes, we’re doing it knowing that we’re supporting our own community,” she said.
“For over 100 years, QSuper has looked after the people who look after Queensland, helping Queenslanders reach their retirement goals and feel good about their future.
“In doing so, QSuper has grown to become one of Australia’s largest super funds operating solely for the benefit of its members.
“QSuper is proud to partner with the Far North Queensland Hospital Foundation and support this year’s Cardiac Challenge,” she said.
This year’s event will be on September 19-21 and registrations are now open at