INNOTIER proudly sponsors RUN FOR GIRLS 2024

INNOTIER proudly sponsors RUN FOR GIRLS 2024


According to an UN survey, though the child marriage problem has been gradually improved with the joint efforts of various parties, it is still a pressing issue in this modern era – more than 600 million married women were victims of child marriage, and a girl falls into child marriage every three seconds.

When girls are chained by child marriage at the beginning of their lives, and deprived of their childhood and educational opportunities, how can they live their lives to the fullest?

On 13 Apr, Plan International and Cosmopolitan once again jointly organized the ‘RUN FOR GIRLS 2024’ charity run at the Hong Kong Science Park. The event aims to safeguard girls’ rights and help disadvantaged girls in developing countries escape the nightmare of child marriage. The event raised money for Plan International’s anti-child marriage project in Bangladesh. One more runner who takes part in 10.11km, 3km, 1km, one more Bangladeshi girl saved and given back the chance to pursue her dreams.

After RUN FOR GIRLS 2023, INNOTIER is proud to once again sponsor RUN FOR GIRLS 2024 sustainable sportswear, creating Vertex Air Run For Girls T-shirt for more than 1,900 runners to wear during running. The T-shirt is printed with the LOGO of the event and is made of INNOTIER’s patented 99.9% pure silver threads fabric which is test proven to be antiviral, anti-sweat smell, sun protection and max breathable. What is worth mention, the T-shirt fabric ‘Vertex Air’ is zero odor tested by CMA lab last year.

Nancy Wu, Lisa Cheng, Chiu Fung, Natalie Tong, Phil Lam served as volunteer ambassadors for the event, financial secretary Paul M.P. Chan took the stage to address the event, and INNOTIER founder Ms. Lam was also invited to give a speech to cheer on the 1,900 runners.

INNOTIER hope that through the RUN FOR GIRLS 2024 charity run could make more people pay attention to the issue of child marriage. One small step of yours, will make one big progress to the girls’ right.

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