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United Riders MC raise funds for Anglicare Emergency Relief in Bathurst and Orange with a Dice Run

United Riders MC is supporting Anglicare NSW South, NSW West & ACT with a dice run on 9 September 2023 to raise funds for Anglicare’s Emergency Relief service in the Central West.

A dice run is an organised event where riders follow a designated route and stop at predetermined locations to give a roll of the dice. Scores are recorded and tallied, leading to prizes for high scorers. Riders involved in the September fundraising event will pay a fee to participate and local businesses are being approached to provide sponsorships and donations of prizes. Raffles will take place throughout the day. United Riders and Anglicare are hopeful that local businesses will continue to sign on to help support local vulnerable community members.

Dallas Holmes, Emergency Relief Coordinator for Anglicare NSW West, said the fundraiser could not have come at a better time. “There has been a dramatic increase in need among people seeking assistance due to various factors including the extremely high cost of living, homelessness, disability, trauma, mental health, domestic and family violence and addiction.”

Anglicare operates Emergency Relief services, in a number of NSW west locations including Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Parkes and Rylstone, often in partnership with local Anglican parishes.

United Riders MC is a not-for-profit, family-oriented organisation open to anyone with a passion for motorcycling. Members from Bathurst, Orange and Sydney meet on a fortnightly basis to attend various community events.

United Riders connection to Anglicare came through late chaplain Barry “Baz” Porter, the previous Emergency Relief Coordinator for Anglicare NSW West, who tragically passed away in October of last year. As a member of the God’s Squad Christian motorcycle club, Baz shared a connection with local riders. “Baz Porter was a deeply respected and loved man, not just in the broader community, but very specifically in the motorcycle scene”, said Mr Holmes.  “He had a profound impact on many local riders and United Riders want to support the program Baz was running as a commemoration of their friend and as a way to address needs in the community.”

Businesses interested in supporting the dice run can contact United Riders MC at or by phoning 0428 032 033.

To learn more about Anglicare Emergency Relief services in Central West NSW call 02 6324 119 or visit

United Riders Charity Dice Run – Saturday 9th September 2023

Aim: To provide much-needed funding support to Emergency Relief services provided by Anglicare in Central West NSW

Start: Registration starting from 8:30 am at the Railway Hotel, 18 Spring Street, Springhill. Breakfast to be provided by the Springhill Public School at minimal cost.

Stands up: 10 am

Lunch Stop: Eugowra Bowling Club—in support of this flood-ravaged town and local community.

Ride Break Stop: Cudal— in support of this flood-ravaged town and local community.

Final Stop & Prize Results/Dinner/Raffle prizes handout: Orange, location to be confirmed. (Local food trucks/vans present.)

Note: Accommodation can be sourced for out-of-towners by calling Wal on 0448 912 361 if needed. 

United Riders Australia is a non-for-profit organisation with approximately 20 members which formed in 2017. Currently, members from Orange, Bathurst and Sydney meet on a fortnightly basis and attend a vast array of community events. The aim of the group is to provide structured support to members and their families while being an active entity within the community.

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