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Phillip Futures Makes a “Bald” Statement and Targets to Raise $35,000 as part of 35th Anniversary Activities

Phillip Futures Makes a “Bald” Statement and Targets to Raise $35,000 as part of 35th Anniversary Activities

Phillip Futures CEO Teyu Che Chern and staff shave their heads as a symbolic gesture in support of Children’s Cancer Foundation’s Hair for Hope event.

Singapore, 11 July 2018 — The management and employees of the Phillip Futures, together with their corporate partners, shaved their heads in support of Children’s Cancer Foundation (CCF)’s Hair for Hope 2018 today. This is the first time that the financial institution is participating in this event.

Hair for Hope is CCF’s signature community outreach event - the only head-shaving event in Singapore that serves to raise childhood cancer awareness and funds for CCF. This year, CCF hopes to encourage at least 6,500 participants to join the cause and raise $3.6 million to aid children and families impacted by cancer.
 
"Phillip Futures would like to commemorate its 35th year of establishment. As one PhillipCapital family, employees, partners, clients and friends want to play a part in helping the children affected by cancer, whether by volunteering to go bald to spread childhood cancer awareness and to assure children that they are not alone in their fight against cancer or to raise funds to help affected children and their families,” Mr Teyu Che Chern, CEO of Phillip Futures explained.
 
To support this cause and his employees, Mr Teyu Che Chern was first in line to shave his head. "As an individual, I would like to create awareness for all childhood cancer warriors. As a father of four healthy children, I would like to show support to these children and their families who are dealing with immeasurable pain and stigma. As an organisation’s leader, I would like to lead by example and play my part in support of this charitable cause."
 
One of Phillip Futures’ employees, Mr Tan Choun Ping from the IT department, shared his reason for signing up as a shavee. “I have witnessed my family members battling cancer, and I am touched by the help they received from donors. I can therefore empathise with the physical suffering and financial burden that cancer patients go through and I am eager to support this meaningful cause in any way that I can.”
 
Ms Neo Lay Tin, Executive Director of CCF, said, “CCF is heartened to have Phillip Futures on-board as one of our Hair for Hope satellite partners for the first time. Through the symbolic gesture of shaving bald, the shavees become our ambassadors in raising childhood cancer awareness among their colleagues, families and friends. Together with the support from the community, we can help our children win the battle against cancer.”
 
Phillip Futures is targeting to raise $35,000 to commemorate their 35th year. All proceeds will go to CCF. To support Phillip Futures’ efforts, you can make an online donation at https://www.hairforhope.org.sg/satellite-event/phillip-futures-pte-ltd-72 from now until end of August 2018.
 
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