Aggregator pitches in for cancer foundation

by Amy Rosenfeld24 Jan 2014
 The work of a leading aggregator has helped raise thousands for the fight against cancer.

Vow Finanical has selected Hannah's Chance Foundation as the aggregator's 'charity of choice'. 

At Vow’s recent conference in Hawaii, a DHD Surfboard was presented for auction and Hannah’s Chance Foundation were selected to be the beneficiary of the funds which raised over $10,000 including donations.
 
“The auction exceeded our expectations and some much needed research funds were raised to support sarcoma cancer”, said CEO, Vow Financial, Tim Brown. “We are very pleased that we are able to support Hannah’s Chance Foundation this year”.
 
Sarcoma is an aggressive form of cancer, primarily affecting 12-25 year olds, but not limited to that age group.  It is an aggressive tumorous cancer which attacks the connective and supportive tissue such as muscles, cartilage, joints and fatty tissue.  

Early detection of this disease is the key to saving lives, as often these lumps are misdiagnosed as sports injuries or other growths. 
 
“We are so excited to have the opportunity to work with Vow Financial this year and appreciate their support”, said Leigh Webb, Director, Hannah’s Chance Foundation. “We have a big year ahead of us for 2014 and with the help from Vow Financial we are hoping to raise some much needed funds to fight sarcoma”.
 
Vow Financial has many professional days, conferences and webinars throughout the year that will support Hannah’s Chance Foundation. Please go to their website for further details. www.vow.com.au

COMMENTS

  • by Tyler Smith 28/01/2014 9:05:37 AM

    Congrats to the VOW team for raising such a significant amount of funds for a worthy cause. Can't believe all the press you read about brokers being selfish, horrible people!

  • by Leigh Webb 29/01/2014 6:22:57 AM

    Thank you VOW. ! this means so much to the Hannah's Chance Foundation and all who are faced with the fight against Sarcoma. It will make a big difference, as now we can help fund research and support to fights this forgotten cancer, and with all of you we will raise awareness of this rare disease . Thank you .