2018 REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
2018 Daniher’s Drive – The Tour for a Cure
11-14 Oct, 2018
In 2018, we’ll be heading west into South Australia. The rally, joining Neale Daniher, his brothers and sisters and the FightMND army, will
- Weave through the Wimmera region in NW Victoria
- Breach the South Australian border into the Coonawarra wine region
- Pass through Mt Gambier
- Head through Victoria’s Western District
- Through Geelong and back to Melbourne
The exact route is now complete with our major night events being held in Horsham, Mt. Gambier and Geelong. With an unrivalled events schedule and the natural beauty will be the backdrop to a drive where you will be pulled into the community spirit and make brilliant memories. You’ll meet great people to raise valuable funds for FightMND and play a role in accelerating the fight to cure MND.
2019 Registration Information
Every year Daniher’s Drive becomes bigger and better. Unfortunately, registrations for the 2018 event have closed but now is the time to register your interest to participate in the 2019 Daniher’s Drive. Please complete the form below to begin the registration process and we will be in contact with you following this years event. Alternatively, if you have any questions regarding the 2019 Daniher’s Drive event, please contact Bec Daniher on [email protected].
Visit the Daniher’s Drive Teams’ fundraising pages
The 100+ cars of FightMND enthusiasts registered for the 2018 Daniher’s Drive have already started their hard work in the quest for a cure and treatment for the deadly Motor Neurone Disease.
They will work throughout the year to raise awareness about the fight – across Victoria, SA, NSW and WA – and to raise money to go towards MND research. The teams will run great events for the cause, such as trivia nights, golf days and local competitions.
The emphasis in Daniher’s Drive is also to have fun with great people. By getting involved in teams’ events and contributing to their efforts expect to catch their enthusiasm. Their fundraising is vital to the Drive’s success – and vital to the contribution FightMND can make towards the MND research effort.