Join Team CHeBA in this year's City 2 Surf!

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Last year, 47 people ran the City 2 Surf for the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA) and raised a whopping $29,000 for our research, placing CHeBA firmly in the Top Ten Team Fundraisers for 2013.

Team CHeBA included our CHeBA Champions - the Fitness Ambassadors for the Centre proudly sponsored by Intellectual Ventures; our Co-Directors Professors Henry Brodaty and Perminder Sachdev, CHeBA Ambassador PJ Lane, CHeBA staff, family members and friends of the Centre.  Our youngest runner was just 16 years of age and Mr Graham Gates, at age 83, completed the course for the first time.  What a wonderful representative of healthy ageing!

Our goal this year is to have 100 runners, joggers and walkers for CHeBA!

Be a part of changing the future of Alzheimer's and other dementias, by being a part of Team CHeBA in this year's City 2 Surf. 

Every member of Team CHeBA receives a free CHeBA t-shirt. 


How to join:

Get your friends and family on board to join TEAM CHeBA on Sunday, August 10th and set up your fundraising page today by contacting us!

  • First email team manager Heidi Mitchell and advise you are joining!  Then go to www.city2surf.com.au and click on ENTER NOW
     
  • Read the important entry information and click Enter now
     
  • Under Team Details say YES to being part of a Team
     
  • Start typing Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA) and select
     
  • You will be prompted to enter the password champions
     
  • Complete the rest of the form being very careful to select which start group you want (this cannot be changed after after registration)
     
  • Proceed through the payment gateway where you will be asked for credit card details
     
  • You will then receive confirmation via email, including your e-ticket.


If you are willing to fundraise for CHeBA, or are interested in the CHeBA Champion Fitness Ambassador initiative, please contact Heidi Mitchell on (02) 9382 3398 or via email.

Date Published: 
Thursday, 3 April 2014
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