Share your selfie
Share your selfie
Love sharing a selfie? This is one which can make a difference.
Flick us a Flynn is a great way to tag your friends to join you as you raise vital funds to help the Royal Flying Doctor Service support Australian’s in need.
Share your story
We love to hear and share stories about the Royal Flying Doctor Service. You may have a family member who was nurse or a pilot, you may have had an unexpected trip in our care or you may live in a remote area where we often visit. Or send us a message of support … we’d love to hear what the Flying Doctor service means to you
How this fun selfie share works
1. Get yourself a $20 note
2. Film or photograph yourself with it
3. Write a message or tell us how the Royal Flying Doctor makes a difference to yourself or others (or you could just send us a Happy Birthday Greeting – it is our 90th after-all!)
4. Upload your selfie with the hashtag #FlickusaFlynn and share it on your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram profile
5. tag your friends to join in the selfie fun
6. Donate your $20 online
7. Check out our home page for our #FlickusaFlynn selfies
We want to hear your stories
The $20 note celebrates the story of John Flynn and the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
And we’d love to celebrate your stories of the Flying Doctor service as well.
We’re celebrating 90 years of helping Australians in 2018, and what better way to reflect on our journey and the progress of Australia’s most reputable charity than by reflecting on the stories of everyday Australians.
You may have a family member who worked for the Flying Doctor, you may have been cared for by our medical team, or you may be one of our many volunteers who support us in so many ways.
You are a part of our history.
Your stories matter to the history and the future of the Flying Doctor.
Share your stories with us
Share story and selfie on your own social media with the hashtag #FlickusaFlynn
Upload your photos on our website and tell us your Flying Doctor story.
Share them with us today, or share a message of support so we can help show others why the Royal Flying Doctor Service if so important to people in remote and regional Australia.