Awareness and Events

The Purple Bucket Foundation Inc, hold events to raise awareness about CRPS; to raise awareness about CRPS research; and to raise money for CRPS research and CRPS awareness projects, education and support.

Have an awareness or fundraising event you'd like us to help you promote? Contact our team.


The first Monday in November has been dedicated to create awareness about CRPS with "Color the World Orange"  since 2014. The Color the World Orange is an independent initiative, which encourages people from around the world to create, and share their Orange Day awareness projects.

The Purple Bucket Foundation is proud to announce a CRPS Research Donation Agreement has been established with UniSA. As of the close of our Annual General Meeting, 16/10/18, our membership fee will return to the original $20 per year.

A minimum 25% of every membership payment will be donated to UniSA's CRPS research, the remaining 75% will be used for our continued awareness, support and education projects. The Purple Bucket Foundation Inc. will announce other Research Fundraising events during the year.

(All committee & Executive members of The Purple Bucket Foundation Inc. are unpaid volunteers).

Past Events

2019

2019 Australian Pain Society Conference 39th Annual Scientific Meeting - 7 - 10th April

Colour The World Orange - Monday Nov 4th 2019

Attending the Rotary Living Expo in Hervey Bay, July 13th & 14th, gave us a great opportunity to raise awareness about complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). We had a great weekend meeting lots of people and making awesome connections.

Check out some more amazing snaps from the Rotary Living Expo

2018

Thanks to the amazing support of Hervey Bay businesses, the incredible talents of Nadia Vanek from Three Owls Body Art and Kelli McAlpine from  Healing Canvas Body Painting, we were able to demonstrate, for the first time ever, what CRPS and Persistent Pain may look like, and we received heaps of help colouring the world orange for CRPS Awareness, November 2018. In doing so many more people have learned about Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.

Click here to see some more amazing body art photos from this event

Click here to see some more amazing people who helped us colour the world orange at this event

2017

The Purple Bucket Foundation Inc, held a charity weekend trail ride, December 2017, continuing our awareness raising awareness about CRPS in remote and rural areas.

2016

The Purple Bucket Foundation Inc, attended the 2016 Man From Snowy River Bush Festival - raising awareness in remote and rural communities. We also attended the Festival in 2019 as Gate Wardens, which enabled us to continue to raise awareness. We will be back again in 2020.