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‘Fred’ supports 20-Year outback car trek, Helps Royal Flying Doctors
For more than two decades, Moz has been an integral part of the Outback Car Trek family, traversing dirt tracks and visiting isolated country towns in his beloved 1949 Ford Pickup named “Fred.”
As an ardent supporter of the Royal Flying Doctors Service (RFDS), Moz has embarked on countless adventures, including delivering crucial supplies to flood victims in Eugowra, western NSW. With his unwavering dedication and passion, Moz has rallied his family and friends to join him on these journeys, raising funds and awareness for the RFDS.
The RFDS, the longest-serving aeromedical service in the world, plays a vital role in providing medical, dental, and mental health services to the remote areas of outback and regional Australia. Their commitment to ensuring the well-being of those living in remote communities, as well as tourists exploring the vast Australian outback, has made them an essential lifeline for countless individuals.
In 2023, Moz is gearing up for another trek, accompanied by his old mate Phil and several other Hawkesbury cars, all united in their mission to keep the doctors in the air. Their primary goal is to raise funds for the RFDS, helping support its ongoing efforts to provide essential medical services to those who need it most.
Already surpassing his initial fundraising target of $30,000, Moz and his fellow trekkers have demonstrated their unwavering commitment to the cause. The community’s support and generous contributions have helped them raise over $40,000, ensuring that the RFDS can continue its critical work in the outback.
The Outback Car Trek is a testament to the resilience and community spirit of Australians, coming together to support an organization that has become synonymous with life-saving efforts in remote areas.
As Moz and his companions prepare to hit the dusty trails once again, they encourage individuals from all walks of life to contribute to this worthy cause. Whether through donations or spreading awareness, every effort helps ensure that the RFDS can reach those in need and provide essential healthcare services to outback and regional Australia.