The $100,000 raised in 2015 went toward cardiac services at AWH. The money helped to fund further mobile cardiac monitoring of patients.
The 2016 Hume Bank City2City RunWalk raised a massive $110,000 for the Albury Wodonga Health Mental Health Services. This helped fund nine preventative mental health programs.
The $110,000 raised in 2017 for Albury Wodonga Health were directed to Albury Wodonga Maternity Unit and Special Care Nursery. This helped pay for the refurbishment of the nursery and patient rooms, improving facilities and amenities for both babies and parents.
All $107,000 raised for Albury Wodonga Health in 2018 was used to fund life-saving chronic lung disease equipment. 100 per cent of the event’s registration fees went to support the purchase of an Endo Bronchial Ultra Sound Scope (E-BUS).
All proceeds raised by the 2019 Hume Bank City2City Run Walk funded life-saving ultra-sound equipment for critical care services, including Emergency, Intensive Care and Anaesthetics. The upgraded equipment allows for faster diagnosis and treatment of Albury Wodonga Health’s most critically ill patients.
In 2020 the majority of proceeds raised by the City2City is going to Nolan House, which supports adults in their recovery from mental health challenges.
The funds raised from the event will specifically go to the re-design of the Courtyard at Nolan House. The upgrade is extremely needed and will create a therapeutic garden for use by patients of Nolan House, their families and visitors and staff.
The landscaping plan will create a space that is safe, tranquil, multipurpose and family friendly. It will include private spaces for family and friends or staff, an outdoor kitchen and dining area, horticultural therapy, a therapeutic space to sit and relax or do group work, a produce garden and recreation space including a giant Chess board.
The upgraded Courtyard will create a therapeutic garden that is safe, tranquil, multipurpose and family friendly. The proposed upgrade will allow for therapeutic group programs and skills assessments which contribute to a sense of community, skill competence and social enjoyment.
In addition to this, due to our community being directly and significantly impacted by recent bushfires, 20% of entry fees will be donated to the Border Trust Bushfire Relief fund.
The Bushfire Relief fund has been established to support bushfire recovery efforts in the region, with 100% of the funds staying local.
Funds generated by the City2City will be directed toward programs that focus on the mental health and well-being of impacted individuals and communities, continuting the support of mental health services in our region.