Monday, April 09, 2007

Taipei 101 Charity Climbathon

Jerome Keating sends around this news of the annual charity climb of the World's Tallest Building:


To all,

One of our members Mary Chua invites all to either participate as a climber or volunteer in this Charity event.
I did it last year and you meet a great group of people. Ref below, Jerome

I would like to invite members of your Saturday breakfast group to get involved with the 2007 Taiwan Youni International Climbathon for Charity! On May 5th, members of the international community will have the opportunity to climb TAIPEI 101 to raise money for the Garden of Hope, the Community Services Center and its affiliate charities.
This year, we'll go even higher -- to the 91st floor!

Members of the community can get involved by climbing on the day, volunteering on the day, or by helping to publicize this event within the companies that they work for. It is a great team building event for corporations. HSBC, Maersk, Tetra Pak and Watsons entered teams last year, as well as several community groups.

More details about the event can be found on our website:, where people can also register to climb or volunteer.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

For now, your assistance in distributing the following direct mail, with attachments, would be greatly appreciated.

All the best,
Mary Chua,
Community Services Center

Climb Taipei 101 for Charity!

Please join the 2007 TaiwanYouni International Climbathon for Charity on Saturday, May 5th! Climb to the 91st Floor, where you can take in spectacular views from the outdoor observation deck, and then join a reception on the Ground Floor where prizes for largest teams, and highest fundraisers will be awarded!

It is a great team building event for organizations, as you raise funds for the Garden of Hope, the Community Services Center and its affiliate charities. Please sign up today!

Saturday, May 5, 2007
First climb time: 9 am
Final climb time:11 am
TAIPEI 101 Songzhr Rd Entrance
Advance Registration by April 20th:

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