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The Alps Tour 2018

The Alps Tour 2018 

Supporting Humpty Dumpty Foundation
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Nathan Pearce PBF
Nathan Pearce PBF
has raised
$3,476
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Andrew Abel
Andrew Abel
has raised
$2,905
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Lachlan Craggs
Lachlan Craggs
has raised
$2,711
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Blake Gillmer
Blake Gillmer
has raised
$2,072
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Ryan Gilbank
Ryan Gilbank
has raised
$1,567
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Murray Halyburton
Murray Halyburton
has raised
$1,563
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alpinematt
alpinematt
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$1,335
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DavidFolland
DavidFolland
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$1,054
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DZ
David Zulian
has raised
$1,044
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Mike Paton
Mike Paton
has raised
$950
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Shane
Shane
has raised
$561
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Steve Dunstall
Steve Dunstall
has raised
$537
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Shaun McNamara
Shaun McNamara
has raised
$513
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Fred David
Fred David
has raised
$255
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Antoni Mikac
Antoni Mikac
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$233
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About The Alps Tour 2018

In 2018, C3 Cyclists are riding 618km (9300m elevation) from Albury to Canberra to raise $50,000 for the Humpty Dumpty Foundation. Through Humpty, we will be able to donate life-saving medical equipment to Albury and Cooma Hospitals to help save kids’ lives! In 2018, we are looking to raise a total of $100,000 across the year in the effort to make a difference!

This year's Tour will start in Albury, NSW (Cycle Station) and proceed to Tumbarumba, Jindabayne, across to Cooma and then north to finish in Canberra at Pushys, Fyshwick ACT.

‘The Alps Tour’ is our most ambitious to-date and will require a little more than just will power to complete! Why not join us this year? Challenge yourself, support a great cause and get amongst a great group of people that will become life long friends.

Who is it for?

COOMA HOSPITAL

INTELLIVUE MX450 PATIENT MONITOR: $21,500                 1 needed

Cooma Hospital, Paediatric Unit, NSW

This 12” monitor can record and display a sick child’s pulse/heart rate, blood pressure, breathing rate and oxygen levels. Medical staff are alerted immediately when any of these vital signs change in order to avert a potentially dangerous situation. The monitor displays the child’s vital signs at the bedside, or remotely on a computer at the Nurses Station. The ability to remotely monitor the child’s vital signs promotes sleep and rest and therefore enhances the child’s ability to heal.

ASTODIA DIAPHANOSCOPE: $2,775                  1 needed

Cooma Hospital, Emergency Department, NSW

This vein illumination device uses LED lights to illuminate small blood vessels that are not easily seen in pre-term babies. This allows medical staff to quickly and accurately administer vital medicines and reduce multiple attempts, which is less stressful for the baby. It is particularly useful on darker skin colours and when the veins are not visible due to dehydration, etc.

TOTAL = $24,275 


ALBURY WODONGA HEALTH SERVICE

HUMPTY'S BREATH OF LIFE: $8,500                  1 needed 

Albury Wodonga Health Service, Paediatric Department, NSW 

This specially designed Humpty package is life-saving. It includes a Neopuff Infant Resuscitator, Low Flow Bird Blender and an MR850 Humidifier on a mobile stand. ‘Humpty’s Breath of Life’ will provide humidified air during respiratory support to a sick baby or child as well as maintain them on a safe type of ventilation until a transfer arrives.

SYMPHONY BREAST PUMP WITH STAND: $3,600 EACH                   3 needed 

Albury Wodonga Health Service, Paediatric Department, NSW 

Breast feeding is important for growing newborns. Breast milk contains the correct balance of nutrients to promote ideal growth and development, as well as an essential supply of antibodies to protect the newborn baby against infections. This pump sits on a stand, allows for easy use and is mobile so can be used at the bedside.

AIRVO 2 HUMIDIFIER: $2,750                  1 needed 

Albury Wodonga Health Service, Paediatric Department, NSW 

Humidification is important for babies and children suffering from respiratory problems, such as bronchitis, pneumonia and cystic fibrosis. Humidified air and oxygen helps them breathe restfully and clears the chest for ongoing treatment and recovery.

TOTAL = $22,050

GRAND TOTAL = $46,325

About Humpty Dumpty Foundation

The Humpty Dumpty Foundation has been providing support for children's services since 1996. Humpty buys essential and often life-saving medical equipment for Neonatal Units (Newborn Care) and Paediatric Wards (toddlers and children to 16 years) in hospitals and health service centres across Australia.

Humpty Dumpty is now supporting over 360 hospitals and health service centres across Australia.

We would all like to believe that our hospitals have all the necessary equipment they need to look after our children in an emergency, but put simply, they don’t.

The Humpty Dumpty Foundation is a charity that helps the most vulnerable people in our community: our children.
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