City to Bay raises over $13,000 for our Little Heroes
The annual Sunday Mail City to Bay returned this weekend and Little Heroes Foundation had very strong representation among the 15,000 participants!
Over 30 students from Marryatville Primary School ran for Little Heroes Foundation, under the guidance of Mrs Frogley and our very own Chris McDermott. There were a few familiar faces in the crowd too, with Little Heroes ambassador Jess Trengove being crowned the 1st female across the line.
— Anna Meares (@AnnaMeares) September 17, 2017
It was great to see one of our favourites Anna Meares pull on the Little Heroes singlet on Sunday morning! Thanks for your support as always Jess and Anna!
There was also another familiar face at the end of the race, cooking up a BBQ breakfast outside his Marina store Boards on the Pier was none other than Tony Modra!
Thanks Tony, and to John Hall for supporting our Little Heroes and giving up your Sunday morning! Little Heroes Foundation also had some fantastic support from a few corporate supporters including Finesse Built and Platinum Strategies! A big thank you to the teams for going above and beyond an making every step count!
Rounding out our amazing team were runners from all walks of life with one common goal – to raise some much needed funds and awareness for our Little Heroes! Thanks to your support, Little Heroes Foundation have raised a grand total of $13,600 and counting! This is nearly double what was raised in 2016!
Finally, a big congratulation for all of our runners for their incredible support of our 2017 City to Bay fundraising campaign! You’re all heroes in our eyes!
A big thank you to the following businesses for supporting our City to Bay team in 2017: