March Charge Final Stats for BRS

Barker Ryan Stewart on April 16, 2018

BRS March Charge final stats

The March Charge is done and dusted for 2018

The BRS team has successfully completed the March Charge and final stats are in, with BRS trekking over 5,046kms and raising a total of $4, 268.64 to go towards the Cancer Council to support those affected and to help fund cancer research.

The breakdown of kilometres trekked by our office teams were:

Sydney – 1,729kms

Central Coast – 1,408kms

Hunter – 1,909kms

Our Hunter office manager, Anthony managed to maintain his champion reign clocking a total of 402kms throughout the month. Nicole from our Hunter office raised the most donations, with an impressive total of $669.12. Congratulations guys!

BRS would also like to congratulate March Charge Ambassador, Heather Lee who walked an incredible 344kms throughout the month, which was almost 100km over her target goal. As promised, BRS donated $340 to Heather’s cause, $10 for every BRS team member she could beat. Heather raised an incredible total of $1,769 which will go a long way in supporting cancer research. Heather has said the below about the BRS team’s efforts in this years March Charge.

“I would like to thank all the participants at BRS for their generosity and spirit of the challenge We all know that it is such a great cause and that Cancer Research is vital to find a cure.  I enjoyed the challenge although I did end up with a few sore muscles but nothing that serious. Thanks once again to BRS  for giving me the opportunity to take up the challenge. Looking forward now to Perth and putting my best foot forward there.”

We would like to wish Heather all the best for the upcoming Perth Master Games later this month where she is aiming to break her existing 5km World Record and break the existing 10km World Record held by a Romanian walker.

Congratulations to everyone who competed in the March Charge this month, and thanks to everyone who donated to this worthy cause, each donation goes a long way in helping those affected by cancer.

You can find out more about what BRS do to keep up an active office on our healthy workplace page.

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