Can Too is a program for all fitness levels – beginners and seasoned athletes alike, to train as part of a team for your goal event in a fun, friendly & supportive environment. 

    – Achieve a goal you never thought possible
    - Receive professional coaching
    - Raise money for cancer research
    - Have fun, get fit, change your lifestyle
    - Make friends & really enjoy your running and swimming

CERES is an urban farm and sustainability hub located by the Merri Creek in East Brunswick, Melbourne. Built on a decommissioned municipal tip that was once a wasteland, today CERES is a thriving, vibrant community. CERES Organic Farm, Market, Shop, Fair Food (an organic vegie box delivery system), Cafe, Workshops and Permaculture Nursery offer new solutions and practical ways to combat climate change. Recently we opened a sensational organic restaurant The Merri Table & Bar. All are welcome to come and enjoy CERES, and entry is free. For more information go to

The Cycling Promotion Fund’s mission is to increase the level of safe cycling in Australia. CPF is a leading advocate for and source of information and advice on cycling. They help lift the profile of riding, lobby government for investment in cycling-friendly infrastructure, promote and encourage initiatives that achieve increases in cycling and promote the benefits of riding. Spoke Media is collaborating with CPF by gathering and sharing invaluable rider data to shed new light upon riding patterns and areas in need of improved cycling infrastructure in the city of Melbourne. is a commission-free website listing thousands of good causes and creative ways to give, as well as a personalised donations tracking service to make giving even easier and more convenient. has been designed to inspire and transform giving in Australia, providing a range of free resources and innovative giving tools. is an initiative of the Our Community Foundation, a not-for-profit program established through the financial support of and proudly supported by Westpac.

Ride to Work is a year round behaviour change program that actively encourages thousands of Australians thinking of commuting by bicycle to work to start. The main date on the Ride to Work calendar is Ride to Work Day, this year being held on Wednesday 12 October. Ride to Work Day is the only nationally recognised event of its kind which provides an opportunity for workplaces to celebrate riding to work and encourages employees that don’t currently ride to start. To register for Ride to Work Day or for more information visit