Shaw and Partners Foundation raises $10,736 for Connor's Run Foundation17 Sep 2017

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 Boatsheds of the Yarra.

 

The Connor Foundation was created in June 2013 in memory of Robert Connor Dawes and raises money for Brain Tumour research, care and development. This year, the Connor’s Run initiative raised $777,796 for the Connor Foundation, exceeding their fundraising target by 29%.

 

The Shaw and Partners team, led by David Erskine, Head of Institutional Sales raised $6,736. The Shaw and Partners Foundation contributed an additional $5,000 on top of this figure, rounding out a total donation of $10,736 and putting the Shaw team firmly in the top 10 corporate teams, ahead of NAB, KPMG and PWC.

 

The race made for many aching muscles in the office come Monday morning but all in the name of most deserving cause. Congratulations Team Shaw and Partners!

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