MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Cancom Tracking, a leader in mobile communications for the industry, has announced they have raised more than $6,000 for the Canadian Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Cancom raised $6,250 at the 11th Anniversary Executive Conference through a number of events and the generosity of our customers.
“This time of financial support would not be possible without the continuous commitment from our customers and partners. We would once again like to thank all participants for their generous contributions towards such a worthy cause,” said Mike Ham, Vice President, Cancom Tracking.
Mike Ham ceremoniously presented the cheque to Ralston Armour, from Armour Transportation. Ralston is also involved with the Walk to Cure Diabetes in Moncton, N.B.
Diabetes is a disease that affects over two million Canadians. Cancom said they are proud to do their part to help fight against it.
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