Shaw and Partners Foundation makes a $10 000 Donation to Cure Brain Cancer Foundation Foundation01 Dec 2016

On Thursday 1 December, Shaw and Partners Sydney staff dressed up in their Great Gatsby best for the 1920’s Prohibition Christmas Party. Held at the iconic, Marble Bar at the base of the Hilton Sydney, staff enjoyed live music, a performance from a duo of professional Charleston dancers, tarot card reading and a cigar or two.

 

Co-Chief Executive Officers, Earl Evans and Allan Zion personally donated $5 000 for the best dressed. This amount was matched dollar for dollar by the Shaw and Partners Foundation to total $10 000.

First place for best dressed received $5000, second place $3 000 and third place $2 000; the spoils of which were to be donated to the recipients’ charities of choice.

 

The Shaw and Partners Foundation was delighted to make a donation of $10 000 to Cure Brain Cancer Foundation, raising much needed funding for brain cancer research, advocacy and awareness in Australia.

Related Articles
Foundation13 Oct 2017 Sir David Martin Abseil & Daniher's Drive
It was a big week for the Shaw and Partners Foundation, with representation in an array of activity based fundraising initiatives across both NSW and VIC.   Sydney based Advisers... Read More
Foundation17 Sep 2017 Shaw and Partners Foundation raises $10,736 for Connor's Run
On Sunday 17th September, an eager team of 15 Melbourne based Shaw and Partners runners took part in the annual Connor’s Run event; a race stretching 18.8km from Sandringham to the... Read More
Foundation22 Jun 2017 Shaw and Partners raise $241,983 for charity in second Institutional Day fundraiser
Remaining committed to its engaged approach to philanthropy, Shaw and Partners’ second Foundation Institutional Day has raised $241,983.   The inaugural Foundation Institutional ... Read More
Foundation10 May 2017 Shaw and Partners Foundation teams up with The Goodman Foundation to raise $100,000 for Cancer Council
Sydney corporates Goodman Group and Shaw and Partners commit $50,000 to the Cancer Council as they come together for a “celebration of survival”.   Two Sydney Corporates are comi... Read More
A - Z  % Change  
{{data.Symbol}} {{data.CompanyName}} {{data.Close}} {{data.AsAt | date :'shortTime'}} {{data.Movement | number : 2}} {{data.MovementPercent | number: 2}}%