Shitbox Rally: Still Going Strong After Nine Years
Do you think you could get a car worth less than $1K across Australia’s dusty outback roads for a week?
When founder James Freeman launched the Shitbox Rally in 2009 he wanted to find a way to fight for cancer victims and sufferers after losing both his mother and father to cancer in quick succession.
With 17 rallies completed to date, it has been a winning formula of hard work, fun and fundraising with participants testing themselves physically, emotionally and spiritually.
Jess spoke to the rally’s founder James Freeman.