Finance and insurance solutions provider, Stratton Finance, has teamed up with triathlete Chris Legh in hosting a motivational fundraising night to help raise money for a 10 year old Cystic Fibrosis sufferer.
Olivia King's Cystic Fibrosis, which is a potentially life threatening disease of the mucus and sweat glands, affects mostly her lungs making breathing difficult and a lung transplant a necessity.
By hosting the fundraising night on 7 February, Stratton Finance is raising money to help Olivia's family fund her treatment, and hopefully accelerate the transplant process.
Former world number one long course triathlete, Chris Legh, will speak at the event, which aims to raise $5,000, held at the Stratton Finance Melbourne Office.
Stratton Finance CEO, John Grant, said "The target is $5,000, but I am hoping we can do better. With a small amount of support from the whole Stratton family we can make a huge difference to a little girl's quality of life".
For each dollar raised by Stratton staff and partners between now and February 7 2012, Stratton will contribute an equal amount on a dollar-for-dollar basis.