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Last year Sue-Ellen swapped the boardroom for the City Hall dance floor to move and shake infront of 900 guests to support the prevention of domestic.
Sue-Ellen raised over $25,000, which went directly toward the ongoing running costs of the Women’s Legal Service Helpline, as well as to help more Queensland women and their children to reach safety.
This is a cause that is very close to Sue-Ellen’s heart, so in 2017 she is swapping the dance floor for the running track to be part of Brisbane’s newest running challenge to support those affected by domestic violence.
She will be recruiting a team of 100 runners to join her on Saturday 7th October to run 10km and raise at least $30,000.
If you would like to join Sue-Ellen and her team, or donate to the cause, please check out her everyday hero page.
If you require support or further information about domestic violence please visit the Women’s Legal Service Queensland website here.