Thank you to each and every one of our Run2Cure 2018 runners, supporters, fundraisers, sponsors and families for their incredible efforts in raising funds for a cure into the children’s cancer neuroblastoma. We look forward to welcoming you back to Sydney’s Domain for next year’s event on Sunday, 2 June 2019.
Physical exercise is a great way to improve well-being in your workplace and having a cause such as children’s cancer, is sure to increase employee engagement.
Get fit, have fun and raise vitally needed funds for research into a cure for neuroblastoma.
Encourage your employees to improve their fitness and participate as a team in the timed 3k, 5k or 10k runs. Better yet, make Run2Cure a family day and add the 1k little heroes walk/run (5 years and under and their families) or the 1k Junior Dash (6-10 year olds).
There will be fun activities for the whole family from 9am until 1pm including sports (Little Kickers, Bubble Soccer and Sydney Sixers), face painting, jumping castles, rock climbing, kindy farm, pony rides AND live entertainment including special guest, children’s entertainer Jay Laga’aia.
We have a limited number of corporate marquees available if you would like a designated area for your business during the event. Pricing and information is available in our Run2Cure Corporate Marquee brochure.
Simply contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss, or to make a booking.
There is a prize for the largest corporate team entered overall.
Congratulations to Indeed Australia our largest corporate team. Neuroblastoma Australia will be presenting your prizes, kindly donated by Bioisland shortly.
We are looking for local businesses to participate in a once a week fitness training program in the lead up to Run2Cure 2018.
Exercise is a great tool in terms of combating everyday stress. Employees often find it hard to find time to exercise, so why not provide them with the opportunity and support a great cause at the same time?