FiduciaryFirst Participates in a Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Fundraiser

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FiduciaryFirst and Lauren Fernandez ask for help in their fundraising efforts to help support research for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

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Ten years ago, Lauren Fernandez lost her best friend and mother, Kyle, to a type of Lymphoma (Leukemia) that could be close to a cure today, thanks to the efforts of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). LLS has developed a funding campaign that delivers over 77% of each dollar raised directly to cutting edge, life-saving research for blood borne cancers. Most of this success is attributed to their Therapy Acceleration Program, where LLS funds research and clinical trials, and focuses on bench to bedside.

FiduciaryFirst is contributing heavily to this campaign, and Ms. Fernandez is asking for help from individuals, a minimum of $500.00, or organizations, a minimum $5,000, to make a contribution commitment now. Ms. Fernandez is trying to raise $500,000 in one week. The LLS has given Lauren a small amount of time to raise these funds and a 10-1 matching campaign. This contribution does not need to be in the form of one payment, but a commitment to fund a certain amount over the course of a determined time.

If interested in donating to this worthy cause, please visit here: http://TeamFernandez.org/donate

About Lauren Fernandez:
Lauren Fernandez was the oldest daughter of Kyle, who was a mother of four, wife of a surgeon, nurse and PhD, Doctor of Psychology. Lauren Fernandez is leading a fund raising effort for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. To learn more, visit http://teamfernandez.org/so-why-are-you-doing-this/

About FiduciaryFirst:
FiduciaryFirst, an independent, fee-only advisor dedicated to helping clients build and manage highly effective retirement plans, all while sharing the investment fiduciary responsibility associated with each plan to mitigate corporate and personal risk. To learn more, visit http://fiduciaryfirst.com.

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