Hodge Transport

2020 Geelong Convoy

We are taking part in the 2020 Geelong Convoy!

Trucking down the highway for the Kids! 

Every day, two Aussie families are given the heartbreaking news that their child has cancer. I’m taking part in the Camp Quality Geelong Convoy to help make a difference so that kids facing cancer have the chance to be kids again. 

Convoy Geelong sees hundreds of trucks and motorbikes travel together from Ritchie Bros Auction House, travelling a specified route around the Geelong area and back to Ritchie Bros, where the fun continues with an amazing Show and Shine day!

Importantly all the funds raised in the lead up to, on the day of Convoy, and after supports Aussie kids.

Camp Quality specifically help children 0-13 who are dealing with their own diagnosis, or the diagnosis of someone they love, like a brother, sister, mum or dad. They create positive memories to help change the cancer story for kids and their families: in-hospital, at home, at school and away from it all. They provide opportunities to laugh, make friends and haev new adventures.   

It would be awesome if you could help too, by donating to help us reach our target.

Please give generously so we can spread smiles and giggles far and wide.


My Badges

2020 Registration

First Donation

Helped Primary School Program

Sent a Welcome Pack

Enabled Family Experience

Supported Mini Camp

Supported 3-5 Day Camp

Supported Family Camp

Supported Combo Camp

Thank you to my supporters!


Donegans Farm

You guys are amazing ❤️




Sharon Tonkin

Well done again!


Tj Hodge

For the kids :)


Ruby And Scarlett Tatchell


Peter Rayner


Bm Farrier Service


Donna Dickson


Kylie Mcmickan


Hayley Plageman


Rob Hodge


Anna Auld


Sj Johnston


Kylie Stella


Mickey Burke




Katrina Woods


Jen Baker


Gwen Moresi


Zoe Webb


Aidan Donegan


Grub Jo And Percy Drake


Laura Cummins

Great job boys 😊


Kirsty Doran


Rosemary Budd


Gordon & Tina Turnbull

Well done Rob and Fluff


Mitch Hodge


Kerryn De Luca

Thinking of Jack Tyter, from someone who’s been on the same journey