AFL coach to address charity luncheon

AFL coach to address charity luncheon

24 July 2013 by Staff Reporter 0 comments

Staff Reporter

Greater Western Sydney GIANTS coach Kevin Sheedy will be speaking next Thursday at an intimate luncheon hosted by Just Think Real Estate and the Parramatta Chamber of Commerce.

The event will be held at the Park Royal Hotel in Parramatta and is targeted towards both individuals who are starting a business, or who are already business owners.

In his address, Mr Sheedy will speak about his career as head coach of the GIANTS and what has helped him become one of the most enduring coaches in the Australia Football League.

The luncheon is being held in support of Just Think Real Estate CEO Edwin Almeida’s 100k100d campaign that was launched in May this year. The campaign aims to raise money for the Westmead Medical Research Foundation to support researchers in the area of rare diseases and cancer.

“It’s close to my heart because of my illness, and medical research has been very instrumental in keeping me here,” Mr Almeida told Real Estate Business.

“By raising $100,000 in 100 days, we will be able to achieve our goal to enable more research and a future with better treatments, increased knowledge, prevention and ultimately, cures.”


Staff Reporter

Greater Western Sydney GIANTS coach Kevin Sheedy will be speaking next Thursday at an intimate luncheon hosted by Just Think Real Estate and the Parramatta Chamber of Commerce.

The event will be held at the Park Royal Hotel in Parramatta and is targeted towards both individuals who are starting a business, or who are already business owners.

In his address, Mr Sheedy will speak about his career as head coach of the GIANTS and what has helped him become one of the most enduring coaches in the Australia Football League.

The luncheon is being held in support of Just Think Real Estate CEO Edwin Almeida’s 100k100d campaign that was launched in May this year. The campaign aims to raise money for the Westmead Medical Research Foundation to support researchers in the area of rare diseases and cancer.

“It’s close to my heart because of my illness, and medical research has been very instrumental in keeping me here,” Mr Almeida told Real Estate Business.

“By raising $100,000 in 100 days, we will be able to achieve our goal to enable more research and a future with better treatments, increased knowledge, prevention and ultimately, cures.”


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