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SkyPoint Sea to Sky Q1 Stair Challenge – Rosies Charity Partner
Mar 11 all-day

Are You Ready to Take on Australia’s Tallest Building?

WE ARE BACK! ​Likewise in 2015 and 2016, Rosies is again Charity partner at the SkyPoint Sea to Sky Q1 Stair Challenge!

It is one of the most iconic buildings in the world and on March 11, 2018 you have the chance to take it on from sea level to SkyPoint! With a total of 77 floors this is a serious challenge but the view from the top of the observation level at SkyPoint will make all the hard work worth it.
Lock it in for 2018 and get ready to run, walk or crawl your way to the top! Register for the 2018 SkyPoint Sea to Sky Q1 Stair Challenge in a range of individual and team categories. Registrations open on Monday November 20.

Please note that all participants are required to raise or pledge a minimum of $35 for the charity partner as part of their participation in this exciting event.
So c’mon Gold Coast, c’mon Australia! This is an event not to be missed. Get your friends together, put the running shoes on and join in the party! This event is expected to sell out so we suggest getting in fast.

 

Tonight, 20,000 Queenslanders are homeless. Nearly half are women.*
Over 40% are aged 25 or under. More than 3,500 of those are kids 12 or under.*
Sharing Friendship creates Belonging. Rosies reaches out to those most in need, those people who are abandoned, marginalized, socially isolated within our communities.

Every week of the year, 20 teams of Rosies volunteers are out on the street, at the drop-in centre, in the court or at prison. 285 wonderful Gold Coast Rosies volunteers (1,150 Qld-wide) are always there.

Rosies is funded through the generous support of our local community. Individuals, schools, community groups and businesses provide cups and coffee, toiletries and cordial, blankets and meals.

Rosies started on the Gold Coast in 1987. We are the longest serving community organisation supporting the Gold Coast Schoolies Week safety program. Our patron, Sir Peter Cosgrove says “My wife and I have supported Rosies for more than a decade, and have seen first hand Rosies’ army of volunteers making a difference on the streets and off the streets”.