Melbourne, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/16/2014 -- Chain-Reaction.org.au that their Chain Reaction event is the Ultimate Corporate Bike Challenge for raising money for sick children. It is an event in which senior executives who have a passion for cycling are challenged so as to create an awareness in them about their corporate and social responsibilities by urging them to ride a 1,000 plus kilometre course in 7 days.
Chain-Reaction.org.au further says that Chain Reaction is not a mass-participation event but instead, it concentrates on selected individuals who want to experience the physical challenge of this event. In return, they benefit from a valuable networking opportunities. They will also have the immense satisfaction of directly helping sick children, says Chain-Reaction.org.au.
Chain-Reaction.org.au takes pride in asserting that their since their first ride in 2007, their Chain Reaction events have raised over $12 million on behalf of their charity partners.
They point out that their Chain Reaction Challenge Foundation, ABN 71 790 713 995, is a registered Charitable Fund and is also endorsed by the ATO as a Deductible Gift Recipient Charity.
They also point out that the Gold Coast Property Firm Boston One has pledged their support and they invite other businesses to join in and back the Corporate Bike Challenge Chain Reaction.This Corporate Bike Challenge has raised over 12 million dollars to help sick children across Australia, says Chain-Reaction.org.au.
They further say that in the Chain Reaction events, top executives from across Australia’s big business firms challenge themselves to a grueling 7 day ride over 1000 kilometres.
Travis Miller of Gold Coast Property Firm Boston One says that their first born was 2 months premature and therefore, they know how important it is to offer all possible help to sick children. Travis Miller also says that Chain reaction has made a huge difference in many hospitals.
Chain-Reaction.org.au further says that the concept of Chain Reaction was founded by Berick Wilson in 2007 when his daughter who was suffering from a brain hemorrhage had to stay in hospital. They spent several tense weeks in hospital and it was then clear to Berick that there was more that can be done to help sick children.
Chain-Reaction.org.au proudly says that since 2007, there has been 12 1000 kilometre bike rides across Australia raising over 12 million dollars to help sick children in hospital.
The Chain Reaction Event of Chain-Reaction.org.au is the Ultimate Corporate Bike Challenge for raising money for sick children. It is an event in which senior executives who have a passion for cycling are challenged so as to create an awareness in them about their corporate and social responsibilities by urging them to ride a 1,000 plus kilometre course in 7 days.
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