The third edition of the Blue Charity Run, organized by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield, will kick off at 10 a.m. on 12 April 2019. Its key goal is to bring together commercial real estate experts to act for people with autism and their families. Cushman & Wakefield invites everyone to support this noble initiative and take part in the blue charity team run. This year, the run will be combined with a city game “Across Wola”.
April is a special month in which the commercial real estate market remembers people with autism. For the third year in a row, real estate consultancy firm Cushman & Wakefield is organizing a Blue Charity Run and will donate all proceeds from the event to the Foundation and the Integrated Kindergarten ‘Mądre Główki’, which supports families and children affected by autism throughout the year. After the run and when the final puzzle has been solved, all the teams and people supporting the Blue Charity Run will be invited to a picnic at which winners of the “Across Wola” run will be announced. The picnic will take place in the 19. Dzielnica, at Kolejowa 49 Street (sales office area).
All teams wishing to take part are warmly invited to register online at: http://info.cushmanwakefield.com/bluerun by 29 March 2019. The net cost per team of between two and five people is PLN 1,000 (a donation agreement is signed with the Foundation).
Along an approximately five-kilometre long route, city game players will have their first opportunity to see and make use of a map “Co Kto Woli?” (“Whatever You Want in Wola?”), which is Cushman & Wakefield’s latest project. This initiative has been supported right from the start by the editorial team of nowawarszawa.pl, which is also its media partner alongside the industry website propertynews.pl and the Eurobuild CEE magazine. Project sponsors include LC Corp and Yareal, and a global coworking operator WeWork.
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