Consider for a moment that the person most likely to suffer a spinal cord injury in Australia is a male between 15 and 24 years of age, and it’s easy to understand why AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan has..
We have some incredibly accomplished supporters behind us at the Big Day Off and when it comes to business leadership, Naomi is one of the most successful and recognised leaders out there.
Chucking a sickie has been called a great Australian tradition. This year it was estimated that up 180,000 people took a Monday sickie ahead of the Australia Day public holiday on Tuesday, giving..
Fiona Jackson, Head of Marketing and Fundraising at Spinal Cord Injuries Australia
We all know a good idea when we hear it, but when was the last time you heard of a ‘new’ good idea? In this, the..
Well, we are off and running! The Big Day Off officially launched yesterday at the National Rugby League headquarters at Sydney’s Moore Park and along with it came our ambassador..
What is the Big Day Off? Great question!
The Big Day Off (BDO) is the fundraising brainchild of a group of businesspeople in Albury. The group were inspired to help all Australians with spinal cord..
The Big Day Off is back and better than ever in 2016….just 1 week until the big launch!
The Big Day Off is a fun and unique way for businesses and staff to fundraise for an important cause, and..
Every day another Australian is told that they are paralysed and may never walk again…at the Big Day Off, we’re working to change that.
The Big Day Off (BDO) was created by a group of..