Shaw and Partners for The Robert Connor Dawes Foundation Foundation29 Jun 2021

We're fundraising for brain matters! We are proud to announce the Shaw and Partners' Melbourne office has put together a team of 35 runners (and counting) to participate in this year’s 9th Connor’s Run on Sunday 12 September.

We're doing Connor’s Run to support the brave and awesome kids fighting brain cancer, and help fund the science that will one day end paediatric brain cancer. Brain cancer is the number 1 disease killer of young people.  The event is raising funds in the memory of Robert Connor Dawes who passed away at the age of just 18 years old from this awful disease.

We’ve set an ambitious fundraising target of $75,000 in our 6th year of participating as a Shaw and Partners team, so please join our team or donate to our page and be part of making brains matter. See here: 
https://www.connorsrun.com/fundraisers/ShawandPartners


Together we can change the odds for young people.

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