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SIA Charity Run supports Community Chest

May 12, 20172 minute read
Singapore Marina Bay,SIA Charity Run,Bintulu-Singapore

Singapore Airlines celebrates their 70th Anniversary Year celebrations this year by organising a SIA Charity Run to raise funds for Community Chest. The run will have a number of categories and distances, catering to different abilities and levels of enthusiasm.

SIA Charity Run – pick your run

The run will be held on Sunday, 8th October 2017 at The Float @ Marina Bay. Participants may join one of three choices on offer:

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  • 10km Competitive Run
  • 5km Fun Run
  • Corporate Challenge, with teams of seven runners each completing 10km

A highlight of the Charity Run will be a Wheelathon segment, which will see seventy participants nominated by Community Chest complete a 3km route specially tailored for wheelchair users.

Prizes on offer

All SIA Charity Run participants stand to win prizes during the run, with a lucky draw offering prizes of Business Class tickets on SIA or SilkAir, or ScootBiz tickets on Scoot.

Top three placed runners in the 10km Competitive Run and the Corporate Challenge will receive prizes. Competitive runners will take home Business Class or ScootBiz tickets to a destination of their choice within the SIA, SilkAir and Scoot network. All team members of the top three Corporate Challenge teams will receive Economy Class tickets in the respective airlines.

Other activities

Participants, supporters and members of the public can enjoy a variety of other activities along the sidelines of the Charity Run including musical performances by SIA employees.

How to Register

If you’re keen to take part, registration for the SIA Charity Run is now open at siacharityrun. The site has a registration form and all the details about the event.

Community Chest supports around eighty social service organisations in Singapore. These organisations help those in need including adults with disabilities, children with special needs and youth-at-risk. Families in difficulty, persons with mental health issues and seniors in need are also eligible for assistance.

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