MICHAEL TYNAN MEMORIAL CHALLENGE

In Michael's memory, the Tynan family pledged to raise $500,000 for medical research through two major events. Everyone's generosity throughout the Michael Tynan Memorial Challenge and the Tynan Motors 50th Anniversary Charity Ball have collectively helped us to raise over our goal of $500,000 for the SSMRF - St George & Sutherland Medical research Foundation. This will be a tremendous help for 7 current medical studies including septicaemia, blood clots, temperature control in acute brain injury an swallow disorders just to name a few. 

Thank you so much for joining us on our journey so far. Your support of the Michael Tynan Memorial Challenge on 22nd & 23rd October was outstanding. 
If you walked, drove, paddled, fundraised, volunteered, attended the movie night or sponsored our events you all helped to make a difference for medical research.

To those who attended the Charity Ball on Friday the 18th of November we also thank you for you generosity and support you have given. To those who gave donations, gifts and prizes for the auction and those who placed a bid you helped us to raise over our half a million dollar goal. 

These events celebrate the life of the beloved Michael Tynan, who passed away earlier this year. He was a true leader of our community and these events were a great way to honour his contribution and pay tribute to his extraordinary efforts. Michael Tynan was a family man, businessman, a committed Christian and a community man. 

It only seems fitting that we not only celebrate Michael's life and achievements but we join in with his commitment to the community and support the endeavours of the St George and Sutherland Medical Research Foundation in the vital work they do in medical research.
Michael understood very well the need for our involvement in all kinds of Business and Community projects.


So thank you once again for you generosity.

View some highlights from the two day challenge below


Until donations close.


We thank our sponsors for all of their generous contributions.


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