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RBC Race for the Kids 2019

November 23, 2019

Dataran Putrajaya, Precint 3, Putrajaya

Countdown to Race Day

2
days

Fundraising Target
RM 100,000

Funding Headline

130%
funded
130.4K
raised
0.0K
to go

Champion Fundraisers

1. IHROS Pte Ltd RM 10,000.00
2. Tata Consultancy Services RM 5,000.00
3. RFTK EVENTS RM 4,446.00
4. MCORP - SUPERHEROES RM 2,540.00
5. Devin & Tony RM 2,330.00
6. Ronnie Poon RM 2,188.00
7. DLC Malaysia RM 2,094.00
8. Muhammad Nauman Alam Khan RM 1,965.00
9. RFTK Tote Bag Sales RM 1,940.00
10. SHS CYB RM 1,680.00
11. EWS Badminton Tony & Devin RM 1,340.00
12. Jack Tang RM 1,250.00

Top Fundraising Teams/Pages

1. Human Resources RM 16,927.00
2. Team Tony x MCORP RM 12,415.00
3. Graduate Rotational Program RM 11,440.00
4. Fund Accounting RM 9,955.00
5. Next Generation Optimization RM 8,700.00
6. Shareholder Services RM 8,430.00
7. Malaysia Technology RM 8,251.00
8. Ravi Ranganathan RM 8,000.00
9. Wilson Sunny RM 7,453.00
10. RBCSSM WM Client Ops RM 5,167.00

RBC Race for the Kids

Royal Bank of Canada has a long-standing, proud tradition of supporting communities we live and work in. 

RBC Race for the Kids is part of Royal Bank of Canada’s (RBC) “Kids Pledge,” which is a five-year, $100 million commitment to improve the well-being of 1 million children and young people.

RBC Race for the Kids is an exciting series of 17 charitable runs supporting children and youth causes in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Trinidad & Tobago, United Kingdom and the United States. This global, cross-platform initiative that started in New York in 2007 has engaged over 174,000 runners and raised over CAD40 million to date. Each year, an increasing number of RBC employees, families and friends, and the general public participate in RBC Race for the Kids, which has resulted in considerably more money being raised for children and youth charities around the globe.

RBC supports a wide range of programs that address the needs of the ‘whole’ child – mind, body and spirit—so that all children have a chance to reach their potential someday.

For more information, please visit www.rbcraceforthekids.com