This year City2Surf, one of the most enjoyed fun runs of the year, will be held on 13th of August. City2Surf has been running for 46 years and is owned and organised by The Sun-Herald (formerly The Sun), a Fairfax Media publication.
The race aims to not only bring people together and create a sense of community within Sydney, but better than that, it aims to raise funds for more than 550 charities in Australia. The number they’re reaching for this year is $5 million and so far, they’ve managed to raise nearly over $2 million.
This year, as always, Ray White Double Bay teamed up with the Heart Foundation to raise funds. We will do this by putting up sign boards at clients’ houses along the route. For every sign board put up, Ray White Double Bay will donated $100 to the Heart Foundation in support of their continued efforts to fight the single biggest killer of Australians, heart disease. For over 50 years, the Heart Foundation has led the battle to save lives and improve the heart health of all Australians.
The Heart Foundation is a charity that covers many aspects of heart disease and finding ways forward. The funds raised through this initiative will go to fund world class research, develop guidelines for health professionals, support patient care for people living with heart disease, help Australians to live healthier lifestyles and advocate to government and industry to improve heart health in Australia.
“We feel that heart disease being one of the biggest killers of Australians, the Heart Foundation is a great cause. It is important that we as a community unite in common causes in order to move forward toward a better future in all aspects.” said Ray White Double Bay Director Michael Krimotat.
If your home is on the City2Surf route and you would like to us to donate $100 to the Heart Foundation then contact Todd Alexander today.