Take action and raise $100,000 for children with special needs
Corporate for Community
If you’re a business keen to give back to your local community then look no further than the Coleman Greig Challenge. To be held in Parramatta Park on Friday 23 October, the Challenge is an easy way for businesses to get fit, have fun and give back - all in one morning!
Join forces with other Western Sydney businesses to compete and raise money for St Gabriel’s School and the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children. You can Run, Ride or Walk in one of the six event categories so there’s an option for everyone.
After some friendly competition, come along to the celebratory breakfast with plenty of good food, reviving coffee and amazing prizes on offer.
You can network with colleagues and still be back in the office for the start of the working day, plus you’ll be doing it all for a good cause – supporting children with special needs.
The Coleman Greig Challenge has sponsorship packages and entry options to suit every business:
- Platinum Sponsorship - 10 participants in the Challenge and celebratory breakfast, industry exclusivity, premium branding and signage at the event, and promotion in the event lead up.
- Gold Sponsorship - 5 participants in the Challenge and celebratory breakfast, branding and signage at the event.
- Corporate Team - 4 participants in the Challenge and celebratory breakfast.
- Individual Entry - 1 participant in the Challenge and celebratory breakfast.
Following the recent successful launch of the Challenge on Wednesday 24 June, businesses have already signed up for a part in the action, including St George Bank, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Lexus of Parramatta/Terry Shields Toyota and Parramatta City Council.
So what are you waiting for? Give back to the community, raise your profile in Western Sydney and promote health and fitness in your workplace - sign up to the Coleman Greig Challenge now!
About St Gabriel’s School
St. Gabriel’s School is a co-educational primary school catering for children with hearing impairment and other special needs such as intellectual disability in the mild to moderate range, and autism.
About the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children
The Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) is Australia’s largest nongovernment provider of education, therapy and cochlear implant services for children with vision or hearing loss, their families, and the professionals who support them. Each year, thousands of Australians benefit from RIDBC’s broad range of services.
Heather Klein, Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children; Dianne Hooke and Candice Palin, St Gabriel's School; and Andrew Grima, Coleman Greig; join forces to launch the Coleman Greig Challenge.