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We’re involved in the community outside of super too. Each year, we support a number of grass roots events, where we get the opportunity to give back to our members and their local communities.

For the second year in a row, Vision Super staff participated in the Murray to Moyne cycling relay, raising over $33,000 for the Snowdome Foundation and Carers Victoria.

The team of riders cycled from Swan Hill to Port Fairy over the April weekend, and were closely followed by their dedicated support team of family and colleagues, including the Vision Super Chair, Brian Parkinson.

Our partnership with Snowdome doesn’t just end there. We’ve recently announced that we will be funding a three year blood cancer research fellowship through the unique cancer research organisation and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.

With so many of our members being touched by the effects of cancer, we hope that our partnership with Snowdome will show our support and care for the people we work with.

In other fundraising news, Vision Super staff participated in casual-clothes June to raise money for the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, and Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea for the Cancer Council.

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