ANOTHER YEAR OF SWEATWORKING DONE AND DUSTED

On October 18, 24 teams from Canberra businesses came together for an evening of Sweatworking to raise money – each team registering with a minimum $250 donation to Global School Partners.

The fifth annual Sweatworking® event saw the teams rotate through 10 stations completing a variety of exercises including the gruelling burpee and jump!

After the 10 rounds were completed, there was a quick break for a sausage sizzle and some networking, before the finals began.

The teams that made it to the finals we Much more than Money, EY, Netier and BAL Lawyers.

The finals were close, but Much more than Money couldn’t be rivalled. A huge congratulations to the Winning Team from Much more than Money – “Much More than athletes” – who proudly took home the champions cup.

Much more than money - sweatworking 2016 winners!

Sweatworking® is an annual networking event organised by Bradley Allen Love Lawyers which pits teams from a variety of Canberra organisations against each other in a physical challenge.

Ms Susan Proctor, Legal Director at Bradley Allen Love, created the annual Sweatworking® challenge to facilitate being able to network and staying active at the same time.

“It’s an event that focuses on health and fitness and most importantly friendly competition”, explains Susan. “It’s the Bradley Allen Love way to network – fresh, exciting and innovative.” Sweatworking® is not only a fantastic fundraiser assisting the wider community, but participants also benefit from the experience of exercising in a challenging outdoor environment. “The correlation between physical and mental health cannot be underestimated.” Susan says.

“We are excited about our partnership with Global School Partners, raising funds to assist them in the vital role they play in our community” said Ms Proctor.

Thank you to everyone for participating in our Sweatworking event last night. We cannot thank everyone enough for the donations that totalled $6,500!  We were very proud to hand over the cheque to Simon Carroll, CEO of Global School Partners.

GSP cheque at sweatworking

The list of organisations that participated in Sweatworking®2016 and donated are;

Addvantage Accountants Global School Partners
SPA Accounting MUCH Pty Ltd
Colliers Deloitte
DUO Ernst & Young
RSM CBRE
Southlands Capital Chemist Trilogy
Netier

 

Looking Forwards to seeing you all for Sweatworking 2017!