Connor’s Run – Melbourne Foundation11 Sep 2016

On Sunday 11 September, a group of 15 Advisers and Associates from the Shaw and Partners’ Melbourne office laced up their running shoes (for the second year in a row) and set off to run just under 10km in support of the Connor Foundation.


The Connor Foundation was created in June 2013 in the memory of Robert Connor Dawes and helps Australian research to further understand and more completely treat brain tumours, including earlier detection, surgery and post surgery treatments.


Last year Shaw and Partners raised $4,500. This year a record 3,500 participated in the run in Melbourne’s Bayside area and our runners raised $6,700 with the Shaw and Partners Foundation contributing an additional $5,000 for a total of $11,700.


Our private wealth adviser, Michael Holland ran the 9.6km in less than 36 minutes and came fourth overall. Well done Dutchy!






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