Hannah's Chance - Vow Financial's Preferred Charity

Hannah's Chance is the passionate voice in the fight against sarcoma, an aggressive form of cancer that primarily affects young people between 12 & 25.

Vow Financial has chosen Hannah's Chance as our preferred charity to support a worthy cause and those affected by this rare and aggressive cancer. Hannah's Chance is a fundraising arm for ASSG (Australasian Sarcoma Study Group) with 100% of funds raised going directly to research.

LEARN HOW YOU CAN ALSO GET INVOLVED.

If you would like to get involved, you can make a donation using the details below:

  • Account Name : ASSG
  • BSB: 063-012
  • ACCOUNT : 10408652
  • REFERENCE : Hannah's Chance

These funds will then be recognised by the ASSG as being raised by Hannah's Chance supporters.

The ASSG is also A DGR charitable organisation and will issue receipts accordingly.

Vow's Support at our National Conference in Vietnam (2014)

At Vow's second National Conference after the adoption of Hannah's Chance as our company sponsor, many prizes were auctioned at our Altitude Awards night gala dinner. The prizes included packages of 5 and 7 nights accommodation in Bali, tickets to the AFL and NRL footy shows and a jersey signed by Olympians Anna Meares and Sally Pearson by Laurie Lawrence.

In total, the evening raised over $40,000 for Hannah's Chance by our conference delegates and was supported heavily by Macquarie Bank, our Platinum Partner in 2014.

Tim Brown, Vow Financial CEO said that "the support from the Vow broker network has been overwhelming, it's great that we have all once again banded together behind such an important yet little known form of cancer".

Vow's Support at our National Conference in Hawaii (2013)

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.