Race into Spring for
SICK KIDS this September

Which WARRIOR CHALLENGE will you choose?


14-Day 50KM Warrior


Weekend Warrior


Both challenges start on 17 September




A virtual fitness challenge for all levels!


Challenge yourself to WALK, RUN, SWIM, or RIDE

this September and get active for sick kids staying at

Ronald McDonald House in Randwick. 




and start getting ACTIVE!




Sign Up

 Sign up and set your distance goal for the month of September


Which WARRIOR are you?

14-Day 50KM or Weekend Warrior Challenge


Choose Your Medium

 You can run, walk, swim or cycle for sick kids


Share Your Challenge

Share your challenge and raise funds for sick kids


Meet our RBC Race for the Kids ambassadors!

You'll be racing for these little legends.

Four year-old Kyesha was diagnosed with leukemia two years ago. She is currently in remission after recovering from a bone marrow transplant.

“Kyesha has been so sick throughout her treatment since June 2019, and when she relapsed she was so brave again. She’s always strong and helps the nurses, she just takes everything in her stride. She’s been very scared at times throughout this, though always so brave and strong.” – Terri, Kyesha’s mum

7-year-old Ashley was diagnosed with leukemia late last year. It has been an intense few months, full of scary surgeries, treatments and procedures.and fairy tales.

"We're regular families going through a challenging time, emotionally, financially, and sometimes physically. The House is for people who have travelled great distances for medical care that we can't get where we live. Any support they can provide to ease some of the stress is gratefully appreciated."

Five-year old Savannah is a cheeky and caring little girl. She loves nature and art, and playing dressing up with her younger sister Audrey.

Imagine what it is like for a parent, to be told your child has cancer. Everything else suddenly doesn’t matter anymore, and the only focus is on doing whatever it takes to help them get healthy again.


That’s where Ronald McDonald House comes in. Having a warm and welcoming place to sleep, with home cooked meals and a community of staff and volunteers all there to support you, is life-changing for families like Savannah’s.

Two years ago, Luca was diagnosed with a rare combination of cancers, that had not been seen before in Sydney Children’s Hospital.
The very next day after the diagnosis, Luca was flown to Sydney to start treatment right away.

For the first few weeks of Luca’s treatment, he and his family had to rent an apartment until a room at Ronald McDonald House in Randwick became available.

“It saved our lives. You go through the hardest time in taking your kid through cancer. You don’t want to get past that battle and then have to rebuild whatever you spent the last however many years building”, his father Justin said.



People racing for sick kids

AUD $61,790

Funds Raised


Nights funded

RBC Race for the Kids, supporting youth charities around the world

Over the past decade, the RBC Race for the Kids series has grown to include 35 charitable events raising more than $74 million for local charity partners.

RBC is supporting virtual and live family fun runs all over the world in 2022. Please join a race close to you and help these amazing youth charities continue their important work.

Thank you for your support!



When does RBC Race for the Kids occur?

We have two challenges that you can select from. Our 14 day 50km challenge will take place between 17 September - 1 October 2022 or the weekend challenge will take place between 17 - 18 September 2022.

How do I register?

You can register via the RBC Race for the Kids website. Please visit Ronald McDonald House Charities event page and click register to choose between the two challenges - https://www.rbcraceforthekids.com/event/ronald-mcdonald-house-charities-sydney-2022.

What is the cost to register?

Registration for RBC Race for the Kids is FREE.

How much money do I need to raise and is it compulsory?

When registering for RBC Race for the Kids, we do encourage you to fundraise, however it is not compulsory. Everyone who raises $160 or more will be provided with an RBC Race for the Kids *T-Shirt. You can also join our VIP Club and pledge to raise $1,600 and receive some bonus swag. *subject to availability.

How much of the money I raise will go to Ronald McDonald House Charities Sydney?

All money raised by taking part in the challenge when you select Ronald McDonald House Charities Sydney will be provided to the charity. So 100% of the money raised goes directly to support our seriously ill and injured children and their families.