Local primary and secondary schools
Students can register to participate in Botanic to Bridge as individuals, with their family or within a team for the 3km and/or 8km events and their entire registration fee will be directed back to the students’ nominated school.
Gladstone regional primary and high schools in the Federal electorate of Flynn, the DET Geographic Region of Central Queensland and the Local Government area of Gladstone, directly benefit from the Botanic to Bridge through student registrations being donated back to their nominated school.
Schools can maximise their benefit through the B2B School Investment Program by ensuring students, parents and teachers all nominate their preferred school when registering.
These funds provide essential health, sport and recreation equipment and material, encouraging students and their families to embrace healthy lifestyles.
Over the life of the Botanic to Bridge, our regional schools have received:
- 2017: $26,110
- 2016: $18,530
- 2015: $21,000
- 2014: $22,000
- 2013: $24,000
- 2012: $24,000
- 2011: $27,000
- 2010: $29,000