A healthy partnership with purpose
As part of our commitment to older Australians, Aveo has formed a new health partnership with the PA Research Foundation, home of the discovery of the world’s first cancer vaccine.
This exciting national partnership will involve working closely together to help spread the word about healthy living and healthy ageing, while also raising money to invest back into life-changing medical research projects.
As the philanthropic arm of the PA Campus which includes the Translational Research Institute, the Foundation supports Australia’s leading research hospital and largest clinical trials centre in the southern hemisphere, funding world class research into deadly and debilitating diseases. The campus is also a leader in transplant medicine and immunology in particular cancer immunology, and houses Australia’s busiest cancer clinical centre.
The PA Campus is one of the most energetic research precincts in the nation, and a world leader with nearly 1300 researchers pursuing transformational research that has a real and tangible impact on people’s day-to-day lives in a variety of ways from investigating disease prevention, early detection, treatment and cures.
Together with the foundation we will deliver programs encouraging a healthy lifestyle, and fundraising events to raise funds for medical research projects, such as breast cancer, prostate cancer and many more.
Raising vital funds this October – National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
As our principles become aligned in transforming lives through increased health and wellbeing, Aveo are supporting ‘Project Pink’ this October. Aveo retirement village residents and staff have come together to raise much needed funds and with over 80 fun events planned across the country, we are well on our way to reaching our fund raising goals and making pink a pretty colour again.