Companies from commercial real estate industry helped children with autism

Adgar Challenge
Adgar Park West
The inauguration of Adgar Park West office was joined together with AdgarFit Challenge charitable competition where representatives from the commercial real estate sector were present.

Companies which participated in AdgarFit Challenge transferred jointly 15 000 zlotys to Synapsis Foundation helping children with autism and their families. Those means will be intended for the support of “Run to help” education campaign and the program of early diagnosis of autism.


AdgarFit zone was designed for healthy lifestyle enthusiasts as a place of meetings, entertainment and practice sport. AdgarFit Challenge charitable competition combined sport games with charity and at the same time it was a perfect occasion to meet all representatives from the commercial real estate industry. We are very glad that the inauguration of AdgarFit zone has been conducted in such spirit – says Eyal Litwin, CEO in Adgar Poland.


There were eight companies which participated in AdgarFit Challenge: JLL, Colliers International, C&W, Awbud, Hermanowicz Rewski Architects, Honeywell, Sport GURU and Adgar. Competitions were related to the theme of healthy lifestyle and games took place in a newly opened AdgarFit sport and recreation zone in the area of Adgar Park West complex. Teams have been struggling with such competitions as fishing out polythene ducklings from the pool, they have taken part in cycle races as well as rallies of remote-controlled BMW cars. The participants have been playing with a skipping rope, they have been counting calories, feeling the pulse, showing off their knowledge concerning the structure of skeleton and they have been building offices from Bristol board. Awbud company won the competition, Adgar team took the second place and the last place was for Sport GURU.


Within »Run to help« action, we popularize solid knowledge about early diagnosis and therapy and we collect money for the development of the first program of detecting autism in children in Poland. We are very glad that it resulted in such generous support and that means were collected in a way of a healthy competition – comments Joanna Grochowska, vice-chairman in Synapsis Foundation.

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