Highlighted by the Association of Professionals in Philanthropy (AFP) – Quebec Section there National Charity Day By granting 10 Awards of excellence for people and organizations, including a Laval resident.
Ariana Sela won the Outstanding Youth Award in Philanthropy.
At the age of twenty-five, she was distinguished by her continuous efforts in the fight against leukemia. Ariana, a former Hodgkin’s lymphoma patient diagnosed at age 23 and a student at the University of Montreal, has emerged as the campaign’s individual fundraising leader. Night light Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC).
In total, she alone raised $34,655. His full commitment has made possible a significant contribution of approximately $161,000 to the SLLC mission.
“Not only did she raise money, but she became a symbol of inspiration by accepting the role of spokesperson for the campaign, inspiring other young people to get involved and share their experiences facing cancer,” we can read.
“He says every individual has the ability to make a difference in societyDaniel H. Lantin, Chairman of the Board of Directors of AFP Quebec, said in a press release. But philanthropy, by uniting efforts, can bring about big changes! (NP)