Making a major donation to Pain for Veins

Our corporate sponsors make a huge impact on the depth and scope of the lives the Phlebology Foundation can improve. We rely on corporate partnerships and strategic investments to help the Phlebology Foundation treat as many people as possible suffering from venous diseases.

We strive to create a meaningful partnership with our corporate sponsors to ensure we can meet the needs of the people we help and the companies that graciously contribute to us

We are currently looking for further corporate sponsorship

Please contact us if you are interested in corporate sponsorship and our team will explore the options available with you to tailor a sponsorship program that suits your company. When you partner with Dr Chris Lekich, you can trust you are partnering with a better future for those in need. By making a corporate sponsorship donation, you can leave a legacy for your company that imbues the principles of compassion and sustainability.

What a corporate partnership with Dr Chris Lekich’s Pain for Veins could mean for your business

A corporate partnership with Pain for Veins can connect your business who wants to contribute to change, with a business who is striving to instigate change. Some of the benefits of partnering with Pain for Veins include:

  • Recognition as a corporate sponsor with Pain for Veins
  • Alignment of your business with a not-for-profit organisation that is working to help people in Australia receive the care they need
  • An investment in a transparent domestic charity
  • Potential enhanced exposure of your business and opportunities for media exposure

Can you help?

The money from this fundraising will benefit:

  • Research for venous disease awareness
  • Building vein treatment centres in every Australian capital city
  • Financially helping those who can’t afford treatment

If you would like to forge a corporate partnership with us, or if you can make a suggestion to us, please do not hesitate to contact the Dr Chris Lekich today.

Can you help?

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