City of Toronto to host security awareness charity run
By Canadian SecurityNews Public Sector
The City of Toronto’s corporate security department is once again organizing a Civic Run event to raise security awareness and encourage employee engagement as well as benefit the United Way.
According to event organizer, Silvia Fraser, “What started out as a security awareness and engagement / fundraising event organized by Corporate Security in support of their United Way fundraising goal has turned into the Chief Corporate Office division’s marquee United Way event. Now in its third year, the Civic Run will also be the highlight of the CCO’s participation in Toronto Public Service Week. I would like to extend this invitation to the security industry.”
The run is scheduled for Sept. 26 in Toronto. Participants are invited to run, walk or bike a 10km route. Ambitious athletes can take part in a 100km bike ride or an 84km Ultimate Challenge Run either solo or as a tag team. Entrants are asked to raise at least $25 for the United Way through sponsorships in order to participate. More info, including sponsorship information, can be found at http://unitedway.kintera.org/civicrun. Silvia Fraser can be reached at email@example.com.
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