Mother of cancer victim optimistic of WOWS growing stronger
Eleven years on and it’s a great feeling to know that we will still “Walk On Walk Strong”, says Sina Kami.
The mother of Tae Kami whose battle with cancer spearheaded
the inception of WOWS foundation, is optimistic that funds raised last night from the WOWs Kids Annual Charity Ball, will sustain the tremendous work that the foundation continues to do. “We expect to raise a substantial amount, that will go towards helping families of children that continue to battle cancer,” Ms Kami said.
She said the target was to get enough people from the business houses and organisations to donate cheerfully to the foundation’s work.
“We want to reach as many people and let people know of our story,” she said.
In order to continue to support children living with cancer and their families, WOWS Kids Fiji had been able to meet its target annual budget of around $350,000 through events such as “Shave or Save” campaign, the Walk and Fun Run, and through many other direct contributions.
A charity ball was hosted at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva last night.