GlobalX joins Coleman Greig Challenge for newborn care and children with special needs

The event has raised almost $400,000 since starting in 2013

GlobalX joins Coleman Greig Challenge for newborn care and children with special needs
On 20 October, staff of workflow solutions provider GlobalX will join the Coleman Greig Challenge to raise funds for newborn care and children with special needs.

The firm’s corporate team will join other businesses to run, ride or walk in Parramatta Park, New South Wales as they seek to raise $175,000. The funds will be used to procure different equipment for My Westmead, the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC), and St. Gabriel School.

“The equipment for My Westmead will provide life-saving support for premature babies at a critical time in their lives, while the technology purchased by the RIDBC will help children with hearing and vision impairment to thrive, rather than fall behind in their education,” said GlobalX CEO Peter Maloney, who will join the event.

Meanwhile, St. Gabriel School will see its playground refurbished to foster social skills for children with special needs. “These are causes that will have on-going, positive impacts for hundreds of Australian children, so we couldn’t be more excited about getting involved,” Maloney said.

Among other things, GlobalX provides services to lawyers and conveyancers across Australia, through online information, practice management software (Open Practice), conveyancing workflow software (Matter Centre), and conveyancing and legal support services.

The Coleman Greig Challenge is now on its fifth year, and has raised almost $400,000 since it debuted in 2013.

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