The Battle Against Neuroblastoma

April 5, 2023
The Battle Against Neuroblastoma

Reddawn has joined the battle against neuroblastoma, as it came onboard to provide pro-bono support for the ‘Run2Cure’ event organised by ‘Neuroblastoma Australia’. The company provided security services to protect assets during the event build and also offered a fundraising prize of a private corporate box at a Sydney Swans AFL game during the 2023 season. 

Neuroblastoma is a rare form of cancer that affects children in their early development years. ‘Neuroblastoma Australia’ was founded by families impacted by this illness to provide support to those affected and to raise funds for research to find a cure. ‘Run2Cure’ is the annual event organised by Neuroblastoma Australia to raise funds for this worthy cause.

The event, which is held in The Domain, Sydney, attracts over 6,000 participants every year. It offers a range of activities for people of all ages, including the 'pro' heat in the morning, and distances of 21.1kms, 10kms, 5kms, 3kms, a 2.2kms relay, and the 1km 'Little Heroes Walk'. The event is an excellent opportunity for people to come together and show their support for the cause while also promoting a healthy and active lifestyle.

Reddawn's pro-bono support for the event is a testament to the company's commitment to social responsibility and community engagement. The company's security services helped ensure that assets were protected during the event build, which is crucial to the success of any large-scale event. The private corporate box prize for the winners to attend a Sydney Swans AFL game is also a great incentive to encourage people to donate to the cause.

Reddawn is proud that they can use their resources and influence to support charitable causes like ‘Run2Cure’ and make a positive impact for the community.

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