Corporate Employees Contribute to Fighting Breast Cancer
November 01, 2013
Led by Senior Vice President of Administration Hilary Ware, employees in Bristow’s corporate office collectively raised $10,250 in support of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure 5k held in Houston. The amount exceeded the team’s personal fundraising goal of $10,000.
The money raised benefits the local Susan G. Komen for the Cure and will help support its breast cancer prevention efforts that include breast cancer awareness and education, screening and treatment programs for women in the Houston community and support for the organizations global quest to find a cure.
Hilary will be recognized by the Susan G. Komen for the Cure organization as the fourth highest personal fundraiser.
“By reaching out to others, I hope that I can inspire them to do the same.”
“The race and fundraising was important to me because I wanted to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer. By reaching out to others, I hope that I can inspire them to do the same. I truly believe that these acts of kindness and generosity are vital to our society and will help ensure we make this world a better and healthier place for generations to come,” says Senior Financial Reporting Analyst Christine Tran.
Members of the Bristow race team included Hilary Ware, Met Altan, Mark Duncan, Richard Paniagua, Muhammad Siddique and Christine Tran.