T-Mobile Operated by Wireless Vision Raises More Than $40,000 for Childhood Cancer Research

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T-Mobile operated by Wireless Vision is proud to have raised more than $40,000 to benefit the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, the largest private funder of childhood cancer research grants. The family owned business and T-Mobile’s largest retail partner, Wireless Vision, joined St. Baldrick’s in its efforts to take childhood back from cancer by shaving their heads for the cause.

Wireless Vision organized seven St. Baldrick’s head-shaving events, where Wireless Vision employees, families and community members went bald at local in store- head-shaving events to stand in solidarity with kids with cancer and raise money for lifesaving research.

“Giving back is part of who we are. One of our core values is 'Passion for our People' and that doesn’t stay within our store walls,” says Saber Ammori, CEO of T-Mobile Operated by Wireless Vision. “We are passionate about our employees, customers and our communities.”

The following events helped raise over $40,000 for childhood cancer research:

·       Tucson - Wireless Vision Conquers Childhood Cancer: $1,165

·       Colorado - Wireless Vision Conquers Childhood Cancer: $7,574.57

·       Chicago - Wireless Vision Conquers Childhood Cancer: $8,288

·       Detroit - Wireless Vision Conquers Childhood Cancer: $15,350

·       St. Louis - Wireless Vision Conquers Childhood Cancer: $4,650

·       WV Utah Passion for the Cure: $1,765

·       Milwaukee - Wireless Vision Conquers Childhood Cancer: $3,242

Families who have been affected by cancer were invited to speak and share their stories at these local events. Betsy Anderson, from the Colorado T-Mobile & Wireless Vision Conquers Childhood Cancer event, shared her daughter, Jenna Anderson’s, story and fight against childhood cancer.

Jenna enjoyed music, going to concerts, singing and participating in marching band.  She even attended a summer camp that helped her develop her skills for performing on stage. At 14 years old, she was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma and passed away shortly after her 16 birthday.

Money raised at these events will support research to find cures and better treatments so that kids have the best chance at growing up to live long and healthy lives.

Visit the St. Baldricks website to learn how your business can partner with St. Baldrick’s. To learn more about St. Baldrick’s, visit www.StBaldricks.org.

About St. Baldrick’s Foundation
As the largest private funder of childhood cancer research grants, the St. Baldrick’s Foundation is leading the charge to take childhood back from cancer. St. Baldrick’s funds some of the most brilliant childhood cancer research experts who are working to find cures and better treatments for all childhood cancers. Kids need treatments as unique as they are – and that starts with funding research just for them. Join us at StBaldricks.org to help support the best childhood cancer research, no matter where it takes place.

About Wireless Vision: WV’s Got Your Back

WVGYB began in 2012 and has since become Wireless Vision's Social Responsibility program. They have worked alongside organizations such as Huddle Up, Hands on Network, Operation Food Search, Feeding America, One Warm Coat Foundation, St. Baldrick's Foundation, Susan G. Komen, Life Remodeled and many more.

Source: Wireless Vision


Categories: Corporate Social Responsibility

Tags: #ConquerKidsCancer, #Michigan, #RaiseShaveSave, #SocialResponsibilty, #St.Baldricks, #T-Mobile, #WirelessVision, #WVisThePlaceToBe

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Wireless Vision LLC is a family-owned business established in 2004 and based in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Wireless Vision now operates 568 stores in 26 states.

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