360HR Corporate Bowls Day Raises Over $45,000

This takes our total to more than $348,000 over the past 9 years!

On behalf of 360HR and the Australian Paralympic Committee we say a very big ‘Thank You!’ to all those who made it possible!

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9th Annual 360HR Corporate Bowls Fundraising Event

Kurt Fearnley   Paralympians   Paralympian Bowling

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

360HR is proud to be holding the 9th Annual 360HR Corporate Bowls Paralympic Fundraising Event.

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Congratulations Jayme…!

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Congratulations to Paralympian Jayme Paris Richardson who has commenced her career with Document Specialists, Recall, an organisation that truly values and celebrates diversity.

360HR has assisted 34 athletes with career opportunities through the Paralympic Workplace Diversity Program.

To engage a Paralympian in your workplace call Myreen at 360HR on 9819 6324

More than $33,000 raised for the Australian Paralympic Team

The fundraising tally has been finalised….!

360HR raised more than $33,000 for the Australia Paralympic Team through our Corporate Bowls Event.  This takes our total to more than $300,000 over the past 8 years.

Thank you to all those who supported us through sponsoring the event, attending on the day and donating prizes and gift bag merchandise, we couldn’t do it with our your help.

You can read a little more about the day here and view all the photos here

Fearnley finishes third in New York Marathon

MEDIA RELEASE:

Kurt Fearnley has finished third in the New York City Marathon, less than a metre behind the winner.

Fearnley finished in a time of 1 hour 40 minutes 15 seconds, with winner Marcel Hug of Switzerland and runner-up Ernst van Dyke of South Africa credited with a time one second faster. Van Dyke led into the final sprint before Hug came through from behind to snatch the victory. The top five athletes were within two seconds of each other after an epic 42.2 kilometre battle.

Fearnley was happy with the result at the end of one of the toughest marathons he has ever raced.

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