Congratulations to our Managing Director, Paul Walshe, for committing to, and successfully participating in, the World’s Greatest Shave fundraising event for 2014!

This incredibly worthwhile event raises money to assist with important research and provides ongoing support to patients and families affected by blood cancers. It is estimated that over 11,500 Australians will be diagnosed in 2014 with leukeamia, lymphoma, myeloma or a related blood disorder, and the numbers keep climbing.  The World’s Greatest Shave is an annual event that raises almost half the funds that The Leukaemia Foundation needs to maintain it’s ongoing commitment to treatments and cures. $158 million dollars has been raised so far!  From all of us at Fair Go Finance we would like to thank Paul for his fantastic effort and also sincerely acknowledge all of our business partners, colleagues, friends and family who donated towards Paul’s goal of $1,000. Paul not only achieved his goal, but he surpassed it, so it is fantastic tribute to his unwavering commitment to this great cause.  If you would like to find out more about The World’s Greatest Shave, please click here and you too may be inspired to join this exciting event in 2015!

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