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Corporate Social Responsibility

Climb for Hope Vertical Fun Run 2016

Jing An Shangri-La, West Shanghai


Jing An Shangri-La, West Shanghai, will host its second Climb for Hope event on 10 September 2016 to promote healthy living and raise funds for the Shanghai Children's Medical Centre. Participants will climb 1,625 steps over 60 floors to reach the highest point of the Jing An Shangri-La, West Shanghai, hotel building.  

Vertical marathons not only have the benefits of traditional marathons, but are also not subject to weather conditions. Though it is still a relatively new sport, stair climbing has quickly caught on with fitness enthusiasts who are attracted to its intense physical demands and the novelty of competing in unique urban settings. 

Registration is now open to adults 18 years old and above. Scan the QR Code to sign up now!  

Date and time: 10 September 2016, 7.30am 
Venue: Jing An Kerry Centre Piazza (between Calypso Restaurant & Lounge and Cafe Liang)
Registration fee: RMB 288 (includes a T-shirt, on-day warm-up instructions, healthy living starter pack, and breakfast at Calypso Restaurant & Lounge)
Charity beneficiary: All registration proceeds collected will be donated to the Shanghai Children's Medical Centre
Registration deadline: Participants must be registered by 31 August 2016. Registration is based on a first come, first serve basis with a maximum entry number of 300 persons
Enquiry hotline: (86 21) 2203 8888 ext.450

Participate for a good cause. This fun run is in support of children’s healthcare. All proceeds from the registration fees will be donated to the Shanghai Children’s Medical Centre, which assists in treating underprivileged children. 

Event Sponsors and Partners
The hotel would like to acknowledge and thank the event sponsors and partners – Jing An Kerry Centre and the CEO Roundtable on Cancer  for their support in making the event possible. 

More about Shanghai Children’s Medical Centre (SCMC)
The SCMC is a tertiary pediatric hospital affiliated with the Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine. It was jointly established by the Shanghai Municipal People’s government and Project HOPE as a general children’s hospital. Based in Shanghai, Pudong, the medical centre covers an area of 17 acres with a capacity of 500 designated medical beds. For more information, log on to http://www.scmc.com.cn.


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