FlowPlay Sets a fundraising record of $70,000 for ACS’s Health Awareness Campaign

FlowPlay Sets a fundraising record of $70,000 for ACS’s Health Awareness Campaign

Posted by: AffPapa

FlowPlay has put out a breakthrough concluding output from their last month’s project, after the firm managed to collect $70,000 via its main casino at Vegas World

The raised money will be directed towards financing the Society’s ‘Get Screened’ campaign devoted to encouraging everyone towards suggested cancer checks that got postponed as a result of COVID-19-related health concerns.

Throughout May, FlowPlay has supported ACS’s efforts by offering a digital ‘get screened’ item in Vegas World, the proceeds from purchasing which would be directed towards the fund. Further funds were collected also by direct contributions.

It is important to note that this is not a singular event as the company has run a similar fundraising campaign last year in aid of ACS’s two previous ‘Go Gold’ and ‘Hope Lodge’ projects, where FlowPlay helped raise around $120,000.

FlowPlay’s CEO, Derrick Morton commented:

“I am touched and humbled to see so many of our customers not only still play, but help raise funds for cancer awareness, despite the major challenges that these past two years imposed on all of us globally, and I call on all corporations to partake in reinforcing such noble causes and projects within their proper jurisdictions.”

Since the beginning of the partnership between Flowplay and ACS in 2016, the company has contributed to collecting 760,000+ dollars in help of causes globally, as well as raise awareness on these charity causes among their players.

ACS’ VP, Carolyn Williams thanked FlowPlay and said:

“I cannot properly express how thankful we are to players at FlowPlay and Vegas World for showing continuous support to our programs. We cannot stress enough just how important it is to get regular cancer screenings, as that can make a huge contrast in cancer patients’ alternatives and the results of their treatment, we encourage everyone to get screened today.”


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