Bridge Climb 2017


The third Heart Chorus Global Initiative (HCGI) was a great success in Sydney, Australia from November 25 to December 2, 2017. The event saw international student and community volunteers from around the world break two historic records.

The highlight of the event took place on the morning of November 30, when more than 360 students and volunteers scale the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and waved flags in support of the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals and to raise awareness about equality, the environment and climate change.

The 2017 Heart Chorus Bridge Climb was not only about breaking a record – it was about promoting a sustainable living environment for all and making the world a better place.

The Heart Chorus Global Initiative also saw student volunteers break the Heart Chorus Guinness world record for the longest line or envelopes – a record that Heart Chorus first set in Toronto, Canada, on August 5, 2015. Each envelope contains a blessing – a message of love that symbolizes the spirit of paying it forward.

The initiative could not have been successfully hosted without the help of our generous sponsors, and without the support of all the volunteers who joined us on what was a very exciting day.

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