ASFIT Misfits Running Club is rising up to the challenge to climb the stairway to heaven to support local charity Rosies. Rosies is proud charity partner for Active8Change’s SkyPoint Sea to Sky Q1 Stair Challenge on the Gold Coast for the second year running on Sunday, February 28.
The ASFIT club decided to climb the 1,331 steps of Q1 in loving memory of one of their members’ daughter, who unknown to her parents became homeless and then a supporter of Rosies.
“The loss of our friend’s daughter, and the heartbreak she is suffering has greatly affected us and we wanted to show our support by fundraising for Rosies”, said Ms Scott.
“We decided to join together as a team and register for this year’s Q1 Stair Challenge to help raise awareness and funds for this remarkable local charity”, she said.
Gold Coast branch coordinator, Wendy Coe is so proud for Rosies to receive such thoughtful support and recognition.
“Our aspiration is to provide unconditional acceptance and friendship to people who are marginilised within our community – especially those who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, or simply lonely”, said Ms Coe.
Q1 is one of the most iconic buildings in the world and on February 28, 2016 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.
Register and start fundraising for Rosies, or donate now.