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Climbing for a Cause – 1,776 Steps Later

Yesterday, as we took our first steps towards the top of the CN Tower, excitement and energy ran high among Shulman Law Firm employees. We were ecstatic to participate in such an important cause, supporting the WWF in their efforts to raise awareness and assist endangered species around the world. After one month of fundraising we had collectively raised $3,205.00, and began our climb one step at a time.  

As our climb progressed, and the physical challenge increased, we became even more conscious of the effort it takes to raise awareness and participate in supporting important causes such as this. As we climbed the stairs, one by one, we experienced the power of positivity and encouragement, and the value that is gained by working together as a team. If one member fails, you all fail; just as if one species crumbles we all crumble. We all depend on one another to maintain a sustainable living environment in the present and for the future. The team stair climb represents unity, strength, and working together to achieve a common and universal goal; similar to the WWF Canada organization, and their objective to maintain a healthy environment for all future species, by encouraging worldwide cooperation.  

Reaching the top of the CN Tower meant so much more than simply climbing a few stairs. It was a goal, which we had completed together. We would like to thank all of the WWF Canada volunteers who made this event run smoothly and successfully. For all of those who were able to contribute to our fundraising and our journey, we thank you for your support! Should you wish to view more pictures from the event, please feel free to visit our company Facebook Page.

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