MORE than 600 staff and students of the City Polytechnic strode under the sun in a round-the-campus charity walk recently to raise money for the setting up of the Training Fund for the Arts with the Disabled Association (ADA). The walk, one of the activities to celebrate the polytechnic's 10th anniversary, was a community project that aimed to promote community spirit and concern for the disabled. It also gave polytechnic staff and students a chance to serve the community. 'Students should have a sense of commitment in serving the community. The walk provides a good opportunity for them to do so,' polytechnic director Professor Patrick Cheng Yiu-chung said. About $500,000 was raised and will be used to establish the training fund which aims to help the disabled develop their potential through the arts and become integrated in the community. The fund will provide scholarships for the disabled and training courses and overseas exchange programmes in arts. Ten teams of polytechnic staff, students, alumni and ADA members took part in the three-kilometre walk. The Division of Humanities and Social Science won the Most Participants Award with some 200 members taking part. The Director's Office and Administrative Department received the Highest Donation Award with over $100,000.