Subaru Australia partners with Scott Rindfleish Foundation to join the fight against bowel cancer

Monday, 17th July 2023


Subaru Australia is proud to support the Scott Rindfleish Foundation in their mission to raise vital funds for bowel cancer research and awareness.

As part of this collaboration, Subaru Australia has launched a raffle where participants have a chance to win an all-new Subaru Crosstrek AWD Hybrid S.

The Scott Rindfleish Foundation was established by Scott Rindfleish, a beloved Subaru Australia employee who courageously battled bowel cancer. Sadly, Scott lost his fight in late 2022.

The foundation was created to provide support to cancer patients and their families, promote early detection of bowel cancer, particularly among younger Australians, and raise funds for ongoing research.

All funds raised by the raffle will directly contribute to the Scott Rindfleish Foundation's vital initiatives. By purchasing a ticket for just $25, you not only get a chance to win an all-new Subaru Crosstrek AWD Hybrid S but also actively support the foundation's essential awareness campaigns, patient support initiatives, and ongoing bowel cancer research projects.

Subaru Australia’s Managing Director, Blair Read, said: “We are honoured to support Scott’s legacy and partner with the Scott Rindfleish Foundation to help raise important funds for a cause that is so close to our team and to many Australians.”

Bowel cancer is the second most deadly cancer in the country and can largely be prevented with early detection. Participation in the raffle will make a tangible difference in increasing awareness and provide crucial support to cancer patients and their loved ones.

Tickets are priced at $25 with only 6,000 tickets available. Visit to purchase your ticket today.

To learn more about the Scott Rindfleish Foundation, please visit their website at You can also enquire at your local pharmacy to purchase a bowel screen testing kit or head to to request one if you are over 50. 

*Terms and conditions apply.
** Persons under the age of 18 are not permitted to purchase the tickets in this lottery.



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