- Goodman announces the return of Goodman Magic Mile Charity Run at the all-new Goodman Westlink logistics facility in Tuen Mun on Sunday, 7 May 2023
- The event is open to the public and corporate sponsors
- Registration closes on 10 April 2023
HONG KONG SAR – Media OutReach
– 5 April 2023 – Goodman is excited to announce the return of the Goodman Magic Mile Charity Run, which will take place on Sunday, 7 May 2023, at the brand new sustainable Goodman Westlink logistics facility in Tuen Mun. In partnership with Habitat for Humanity Hong Kong (‘Habitat’), the Goodman Magic Mile aims to raise funds for Habitat’s ‘Project Home Works’ program, which enhances the living conditions of vulnerable families, the elderly, and individuals with disabilities in Hong Kong.
Participants can choose from three races:
- Magic Mile Classic: A one-mile run or walk up Goodman Westlink’s cargo ramp which is open to everyone
- Magic Mile Challenge: A four-mile race requiring competitors to run four laps of the ramp
- Obstacle race: A family-friendly challenge for adult and child pairs that involves a 60-meter obstacle course over reusable and recycled items
“In Hong Kong,1.65 million people live below the poverty line and hundreds of thousands of people are living in unhealthy and cramped conditions,” Jo Hayes, Chief Executive Officer, Habitat for Humanity Hong Kong
said. “We are honoured to partner with Goodman to raise awareness and funds through the Goodman Magic Mile Charity Run. We believe everyone deserves a decent place to live, so everyone who contributes to this meaningful cause plays a role in building hope, dignity and self-reliance in the community. We look forward to seeing everyone at the start line in May!” Kristoffer Harvey, CEO of Goodman Group Greater China
said: “After three years, it’s fantastic to be hosting the Goodman Magic Mile again – this time at our latest development, Goodman Westlink. All funds raised during the event will directly benefit Habitat’s ‘Project Home Works’ program and the people it supports to live healthier lives. We’re really happy with the response to date, and look forward to welcoming customers, corporate sponsors, colleagues, and their families back to this key community event in Hong Kong.” Event details
| Date: |
| Sunday, 7 May 2023 |
| Time: |
| 8:30 am – 1:00 pm |
| Location: |
| Goodman Westlink, 8 Siu Lang Shui Road, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong (Visit the Goodman Westlink website to find out more about the event location) |
| Free shuttle bus service: |
| 1. Admiralty MTR Station Exit A (near Drake Street) to Goodman Westlink |
+ Depart at 7:15 am and 8:15 am
2. Nam Cheong MTR Station Exit A (Sham Mong Road) to Goodman Westlink
+ Depart at 7:45 am and 8:45 am
3. Tuen Mun V-City G/F (Near shop G10) <> Goodman Westlink
+ From 8:00 am to 1:00 pm with a frequency of every 15 – 20 minutes (circular service)
| Event site: |
| https://www.goodman.com/hk/goodman-magic-mile |
| Registration site: |
| https://hkmagicmile.goodman.com/ |
| Registration deadline: |
| Monday, 10 April 2023 |
Individual and Team Registration
+ Classic team race (teams of four) – HK$1,000 per team
+ Challenge individual race – HK$300 per person
+ Obstacle race – HK$150 per pair Corporate Platinum
+ Classic team race for up to eight corporate teams (teams of four)
+ Challenge individual race for up to 20 entries
+ Obstacle race for up to six pairs (teams of two)
+ Home Improvement workshop by Habitat for up to six participants
+ Volunteering opportunity with Habitat for up to ten participants
+ Named as Platinum Sponsor in the event media
+ Company logo on main stage, website and all promotional materials Corporate Gold
+ Classic team race for up to five corporate teams (teams of four)
+ Challenge individual race for up to ten entries
+ Obstacle race for up to four pairs (teams of two)
+ Home Improvement workshop by Habitat for up to four participants
+ Volunteering opportunity with Habitat for up to five participants
+ Named as Gold Sponsor in all the event media
+ Company logo on main stage, website and all promotional materials Corporate Event Partner
+ Classic team race for up to one corporate team (teams of four)
+ Challenge individual race for up to two entries
+ Obstacle race for up to two pairs (teams of two)
+ Company logo on website and some promotional materials Donation Only
+ If you cannot take part in the race, you can also show your generous support by donating to the cause.
The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.
Goodman Group is an integrated property group with operations throughout Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe, the United Kingdom, and the Americas. Goodman Group, comprised of the stapled entities Goodman Limited, Goodman Industrial Trust and Goodman Logistics (HK) Limited, is the largest industrial property group listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX: GMG) and one of the largest listed specialist investment managers of industrial property and business space globally.
Goodman’s specialist global industrial property expertise, integrated own+develop+manage customer service offering and significant investment management platform, delivers essential infrastructure for the digital economy. Goodman helps create sustainable and innovative property solutions that meet the individual requirements of its customers, while seeking to deliver long-term returns for investors.
For more information visit: www.goodman.com
About the Goodman Foundation
The Goodman Foundation aims to improve the quality of life, standard of living and health of people across the communities where Goodman operates. Its focus is on social change and improving the lives of those living with disadvantage in our community by providing practical assistance by way of capital expenditure for equipment, funding of programs and projects, warehousing or office space or the expertise of our people. In addition to receiving a Foundation grant, many of our community partners, benefit from fundraising and volunteer support from Goodman employees in our good+heart program along with regular payroll donations through the Goodman good+deeds workplace giving program.
The Goodman Foundation is represented across Australia, New Zealand, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, United Kingdom, Europe, USA and Brazil.
Through our strategic partnerships with charities, the Goodman Foundation is Building+Communities and making a meaningful difference to the lives of disadvantaged people and vulnerable communities.
For more information please visit www.goodman.com/foundation
About Habitat for Humanity Hong Kong
Driven by the vision that everyone deserves a decent place to live, Habitat for Humanity began in 1976 in the U.S. as a grassroots effort. The housing organisation has since grown to become a leading global non-profit working in more than 70 countries. Habitat works locally in Hong Kong and across the Asia and Pacific region, to help families achieve the strength, stability and self-reliance they need to build better lives for themselves. Financial assistance and volunteers from Hong Kong have contributed to Habitat supporting more than 46 million people globally. Through shelter, we empower. To find out more about our work, visit our website www.habitat.org.hk
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