This year’s Coleman Greig Virtual Challenge which raises funds for the Westmead Hospital Foundation and St Gabriel’s School in Castle Hill is going virtual this month (September 18 to 25).
The annual event, which is Greater Sydney’s largest corporate charity race, has raised over $1 million for children with special needs and newborn care since the first event in 2013.
Challenge founder and head of Coleman Greig’s Commercial Property team, Andrew Grima said: “The Challenge is about individuals and businesses having the opportunity to make a real difference in the community.”
Participants and teams are urged to set up their own personal goals of how far they wish to walk, run or ride during the week of the Challenge, September 18 to 25.
Westmead Hospital Foundation plans to purchase Bili Soft machinery for babies who are born with jaundice enabling mothers to take their babies home with them sooner.
St Gabriel’s School will be using donations to help deliver their educational programs. This year, your support will assist in funding much-needed Science and Food Technology resources for their newly developed Secondary School program.
The Coleman Greig Virtual Challenge GoFundraise page will remain open until October 31, with all new donations being added to the overall fundraising total, which will be split evenly between the two charity beneficiaries.
To register a team or participate as an individual, visit: cgchallenge.com.au