All of the net proceeds from the OZ Outback Odyssey will be donated to charity.

Royal Flying Doctor Service

Major Beneficiary

The RFDS is the largest and most comprehensive aeromedical organisationin the world. Using the latest in aviation, medical and communications technology, it delivers extensive primary health care and 24-hour emergency service to those who live, work and travel throughout Australia.
The RFDS is a not-for-profit organisation. It relies on fundraising and donations from the community to purchase and medically-equip its aircraft, and to finance other major capital initiatives. Today, the RFDS has a fleet of 67 aircraft operating from 23 bases located across the nation and provides medical assistance to over 280,000 people every year – that’s one every two minutes.
The RFDS has become the major beneficiary of the Outback Odyssey and will receive a minimum of 75% of the net proceeds from the event. The Outback Odyssey committee and the entrants involved have a strong passion for supporting remote communities and have over the years supported the RFDS in various fundraisers at local towns and stations. We are now dramatically increasing our support of the RFDS by making them a major beneficiary. OZ Outback Odyssey is pleased to confirm that the RFDS will be the major beneficiary for at least the next five years and we see this partnership continuing well into the future.

Power Community Ltd (PCL)

Minor Beneficiary

Power Community Limited is a separate entity created by the Port Adelaide Football Club to plan and deliver community programs in SA & NT. PCL works in partnership with a range of Government, corporate and not for profit agencies to deliver programs with a focus on raising funds for charity, engagement, leadership and pathways to employment. Just a sample of the fantastic programs run by PCL include;
Power Of Dreams – official charity of PCL which assists charities in SA to bring dreams to reality by growing awareness and raising funds for a number of charities including Starlight Children’s Foundation, Childhood Cancer Foundation, SCOSA, Time for Kids and Leukaemia Foundation.
Power Community Youth Programs – Metropolitan and remote community Schools program teaching drug awareness, healthy lifestyle and career pathways. Encouraging students to make better decisions and to support their peers.