Erebus Motorsport has generously donated merchandise to help raise funds for palliative care in Melbourne’s South-East.

Anyone who donates $10 or more to Palliative Care South-East online between now and the end of October and writes “Bathurst 1000” in their donation comment will go into a draw for the prizes.

The prizes include the original signed Brake Rotor from the team’s Supercar driven by Anton De Pasquale and Brodie Kostecki in the 2020 Bathurst 1000, plus a 1:18 scale Erebus Motorsport #99 Holden ZB Commodore which raced at the 2018 Sandown 500 Retro Round.

To make your donation click here now.

Palliative Care South East provides palliative care in the South-East metropolitan region of Melbourne.

They support people with a life-limiting or terminal illness to live well and, in doing so, provide support at home to improve the quality of life of individuals, carers and families.

Their specialist palliative care services are provided to people of all ages, free of charge, in the Local Government areas of Cardinia, Casey, Greater Dandenong and part of Kingston.