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South West Sydney’s Property Industry Gets Together For A Good Cause

south-west-sydneys-propertiesOn Saturday March 13 over 420 people from South West Sydney’s land development and building industry united to raise funds for Motor Neurone Disease (MND) research at a glamorous formal event hosted by the Harrington Estates team at Harrington Grove Country Club. The night was a huge success resulting in a $100,000 cheque being given to the Motor Neurone Disease Association and an additional $75,000 to the Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute. Both groups conduct valuable research into Motor Neurone Disease.

Motor Neurone Disease is the name given to a group of closely related neurological diseases where the nerve cells (neurons) controlling the muscles that enable us to move, speak, breathe and swallow, stop working. MND is a cruel and insidious disease; currently there is no cure and the disease is terminal, usually within 2 – 3 years of diagnosis. One Australian a day dies of this disease. Thus there is an urgent need for more research in order to find a cure.

The night was also highly informative with Mr Graham Opie, CEO of Motor Neurone Disease Association, and Mr Steve Vucic from the Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute, speaking about Motor Neurone Disease and its devastating effects.

The event brought key industry figures from south west Sydney public and private sectors including developers, consultants and construction contractors. The guest list read like a who’s who of the property world with support from such companies as The Perich Group, Clarendon Homes, Masterton Homes, Delfin Lend Lease and Stockland – just to name a few. Apart from the good cause it was also a wonderful opportunity for the building and development industry to get together, relax and enjoy the spectacular new Harrington Grove Country Club.

Donations can be made by contacting the The Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute (Phone 9399 1000) or to the Motor Neurone Disease Association (Phone 8877 0999).

Harrington Estates would like to thank the event’s sponsors whose generous support for MND research is greatly appreciated.

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