The Rotary Club of Orange Daybreak (Area 1) is a sponsor for Glenn's Push from the Busha charity walk to be held in January 2022 to raise money for Running for Premature Babies, which provides essential pieces of equipment for the local hospitals.
RCOD Rotarians have donated nearly $5K through the Club's Farmer's Market fundraising and a recent Golf Day. The District is behind involving as many other Rotary Clubs along the route of Glenn’s journey. Glenn’s walk commences 3 January. 
So why is Glenn doing this? Well he is doing “Glenn’s push from the bush” to raise money for premature babies after he and his wife experienced many challenges with the birth of their own Premi babies Zoe 2.1 kg and Ellie 1.2kg who both spent time on resuscitation cots straight after delivery to stabilize breathing and check vitals.
Both girls required CPAP breathing support in the first days of their lives (Ellie for one day, Zoe for 7 days); and they spent time in a humidicrib so they could use their precious energy to grow. Glenn told the Rotarians: "Without access to this specialty equipment I can’t be sure our girls would still be here."

Glenn decided to do something about raising money for more equipment. His research led him the Running for Premature Babies foundation founded by Sophie Smith and her late husband Ash after they lost their prematurely born triplets to complications after their birth in 2006. In January 2022 Glenn is going to push his twin daughters' pram from Orange Health Service to the Royal Hospital for Women at Randwick to raise money for Running for Premature Babies, which will provide the hospitals with essential pieces of equipment.