Join Better Caring client Shai as he takes on the 2016 City2Surf

Shai and Arahni

City2Surf is the world’s largest fun run, last year there were over 78,000 people involved. This year, Better Caring are taking up the challenge with a City2Surf team led by our long term client Shai. Shai has been hiring support workers such as Fiona, directly from the Better Caring platform.

Shai will be leading the charge with his mother Arahni Sont, who is Disability and Mental Health Advisor at Better Caring. Together, they’re welcoming Better Caring clients, care workers and their families to join the team to conquer the 14km track together.

The event takes place on 14 of August, commencing at Hyde Park and finishing up at Bondi Beach. See below for instructions on how to take part.

Map

Course map of City2Surf 2016!

How do I sign up?

  1. Click here to register
  2. Register as an adult, $75 or child, $50 (if you are registering for someone 15 years or younger).
  3. Select “Join a Team” and search “Better Caring”

Register for City2Surf

4. After Better Caring is visible in the team search list, click “Join”

5. Enter all your details, including which start group you wish to be in. If you would like to join Arahni and Shai – they will be in the Orange Group. However, if you would like to start in another group that is fine too!

6. Email natasha@bettercaring.com.au with your mailing address. We’ll send you a free Better Caring T-Shirt so you can wear it on the day!

India getting ready for City2Surf

India, wearing her Better Caring T-Shirt!

Race Day

Closer to the date we’ll send you details of where to meet Shai and Arahni at the start line! On the day, don’t forget to  take a photo in your Better Caring T-Shirt and hashtag #BCCity2Surf 

Shai and Arahni Training

Shai and Arahni Training at Bronte

For more information please do not hesitate to contact Natasha at natasha@bettercaring.com.au. We are looking forward to making it to the finish line with you!

About the Author

Natasha Trgo

Natasha Trgo is Marketing Coordinator at Better Caring, a community of independent care workers offering their services directly to clients.