Warriors Duo Extends Support To Cancer Charity
There is no doubt that cancer victims do have a tough life and that’s what calls for more and more support for them. On the same lines, Vodafone Warriors owners Eric Watson and Owen Glenn have come out to support a cancer charity, The Dream Chaser Foundation - A Chace Topperwien Charity.
This charity has been started by parents of three-year-old Whakatane boy Chace Topperwien, who lost his life due to the scary disease last month.
The main aim of the charity is to reach out to those who are facing the same so that they can be helped out in future. It was in March last year that the boy was identified with a rare form of myeloid leukaemia. Though his parents, Keri and Ryan Topperwien, tried their best to save his life, the boy could not survive for long.
The duo had even donated some $50,000 so as to conduct the trail for saving the life of the boy, but all went into vain as the boy could not survive. Nonetheless, they are continuing with their efforts to make sure that more and more funds are raised through online auction along with other fund raising activities.
“As a father it was very hard to see Ryan and Keri with little Chace. My heart really went out to them”, said Watson while claiming they even tried to make Vodafone Warriors to support the foundation.
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