Chain Reaction Raises More Than $650,000 For Charities

“Chain Reaction 2009” took some of the State’s biggest property executives to Tasmania, for a 7-day, 1000 kilometre mountainous trek from Launceston to Devonport.

Participants included ISPT managing director Daryl Browning, Drapac executive Adam Murchie and Orchard Funds Management chief executive officer David Hinde, who between them raised an online total of more than $22,300 for the Starlight Foundation and the Cerebral Palsy Education Centre.

Andrew Wood, managing director of Jones Lang LaSalle, and Paul Burns, managing director of Knight Frank also participated, raising between them an online total of $7,275.

The Cerebral Palsy Education Centre will use the money raised to build a $200,000 centre in Glen Waverley.

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Marc Pallisco

A former property analyst and print journalist, Marc is the publisher of