The annual Road Boss Rally prides itself on being the most affordable charity motoring event in the country. Boasting the lowest entry fees with the highest level of organisation, value and excitement, the RBR is your one stop adventure shop. Total cost for 2017 is $3,800 per car which includes your $1,000 minimum donation to the charity GIVIT. An additional $750 per crew member will cover all of your meals during the 10 day rally from start to finish.
If you love the Australian bush and are up for an exciting and rewarding adventure, the Road Boss Rally will always deliver. With more than 30 years’ experience, organisers of the RBR know how to get you into and through amazing places and locations that are so far off the beaten track, even Google wouldn’t find it. Any age or type of is eligible, so don’t say one day, make it today!
In 2016 RBR raised an incredible $250,000 and through our charity partner GIVIT, are able to directly, support and donate to charities, communities and people in urgent need all over Australia. When it comes to fun, fundraising, adventure and wrapping it all together in one ‘ultimate’ package, the RBR is always number one! To join us in 2017 as we travel from Gladstone to Tamworth via the Boulia Camel Races, visit roadbossrally.com.au.
Road Boss Jamie Lawson has been organising charity car rallies for more than 20 years and is passionate about every aspect of how a charity car rally works… and that is that everyone is a winner! Lawson is the best in the business when it comes to entertaining people out in the bush, organising and running a charity rally through amazing places and masters at making people feel at ease and ready to generously donate to a worthy cause.
More than 20 million dollars has been directly funnelled into charities, community groups and not for profit organisations as a direct result of the rallies that Lawson has organised since he hit the road back in 1995.
In 2015 Lawson established his own venture, the Road Boss Rally, and nominated GIVIT as the charity of choice after hearing GIVIT’s CEO Juliette Wright call for support during a radio segment. During the first rally in 2016, entrants handed over a massive cheque to GIVIT for $250 000!
The major fundraising aspect of the rally comes from a per vehicle compulsory donation towards GIVIT. Entrants are encouraged and motivated to raise over and above the $1000 minimum pledge, however no one will feel obliged or obligated. As well as that, all funds from any fundraising activities that are conducted during the event (auctions, donations etc...) will also go directly to the events nominated Charity.
The per vehicle entry fee that each crew pays to enter into the event covers all expenses and outgoing cost's relating to the organisation, planning, mapping and running of the event. Any net profits from the event will also be donated to the charity of choice.
Road Boss Rally probably raises awareness and donates real money which goes directly to help those who need it most through GIVIT. No smoke and mirrors or false trumpet blowing, just real people raising real money for a real good cause.