The Terry Fox Run is an annual non-competitive charity event held in commemoration of Terry Fox, a young man whose leg was amputated due to cancer. In 1980 he embarked on a cross-Canada run called the Marathon of Hope to raise money for cancer research.
SCOTT BADER’s employees participated at the charity run held on Zagreb’s Jarun Lake on 20 September 2015. Some were running, others were walking or riding a bike. The only important thing was – to participate!
As many as 1/3 of SCOTT BADER’s employees were participating, making all of us very proud. We can proudly say that the event was successful.
Each of the participants/employees purchased a T-shirt, thus contributing to the 1000 kn fund raised for charity. Thanks to SCOTT BADER Group Matched Funding Scheme, the entire amount raised by SCOTT BADER’s employees will be matched and the amount of 2000 kn will be donated to the Ruđer Bošković Institute for the research of cytostatics or antitumor drugs for clinical application. The funds collected during the run also contributed to the construction of the Klaićeva Hospital bone marrow transplantation centre.
We would hereby like to thank you for your great engagement and invite all of you to participate in the 2016 run!