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Run for the Environment

 

12th October 2014

The Run for the Environment, part of the Melbourne Marathon Festival, is the biggest annual fundraiser for the EDO.

Staff, lawyers, supporters, volunteers, families and friends put foot to pavement over a variety of distances to raise funds and awareness for the EDO in what is always a great day.

The event is about giving people the opportunity to show their support for the environment while shining a spotlight on the work of the EDO.

You might like to walk one of the smaller distances or set yourself a challenge, it’s all up to you and the EDO team will be there to support you along the way.

Why Run for the Environment?

  • You will receive a super snazzy running singlet that tells the world you Ran for the Environment
  • It’s a fantastic reason to get fit, get in shape and challenge yourself
  • You care about the environment enough to not only talk about it, but sweat from your earlobes for it
  • You will get invited to some of the hottest, VIP run-related parties and events
  • It’s a perfect opportunity to network with like-minded lawyers, barristers, eNGO leaders and others in the environment movement

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