oneZero supports Cyprus heart disease organization
Donation of $10,000 to The Association of Parents and Friends of Children with Heart Disease marks oneZero’s 10-year anniversary
oneZero Financial Systems, a global leader in financial technology development, donated $10,000 to The Association of Parents and Friends of Children with Heart Disease, a nonprofit organization supporting children with congenital heart disease by providing information, guidance, psychological support and financial support.
“We are honored to support the mission of The Association of Parents and Friends of Children with Heart Disease. We believe it is critical to give back to organizations serving children in need,” said Andrew Ralich, CEO and co-founder of oneZero Financial Systems. He added, “It is a fulfilling experience supporting the communities of our offices around the world.”
“We would like to thank oneZero for their generous gift which helps us make a difference in the lives of children suffering and eases the stress on their families,” said Stella Eleftheriadou, Executive Director at The Association of Parents and Friends of Children with Heart Disease.
This donation is part of oneZero’s larger corporate responsibility initiative of donating $10,000 to 10 charities over a ten-month period to honor a decade of operations.
About The Organization:
The Association of Parents and Friends of Children with Heart Disease is a nonprofit organization founded in 1985. Its mission is to support the families of children suffering from congenital heart disease (CHD). The organization provides information, guidance, and psychological support to all families who travel abroad for their child’s treatment (it is not provided in Cyprus) and support to member families in a difficult financial situation. In addition, the organization arranges lectures by distinguished doctors from Cyprus and abroad and carries out workshops for patients and their parents. Various programs are carried out in cooperation with pediatric cardiologists aiming to improve the quality of life of people with CHD. For more information, visit: http://www.pediheart.org.cy