Promoting STEM education and cancer research in canines
- Company donated 5k for Shine On Project: cancer research in canines led by nationally-renowned veterinarian Dr. Jaime Modiano. Revolutionary medicine to kill canine cancer tumor cells before formation.
- With nonprofit partner, PowerMyLearning of Greater Atlanta, company will give cash donation and employee resources to underserved schools through STEM education programs and college readiness technology training.
Six Consulting Inc. (SIX) recently announced its new corporate social responsibility initiative contributing to the long-term health of canines – specifically golden retrievers - through innovative cancer prevention medicine. A national survey found that 60% of all Golden Retrievers will die from cancer – one out of five retrievers in the United States will die from a particular cancer called hemangiosarcoma. Six Consulting 5k donation to The Shine On Project at University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine led by Dr. Jaime Modiano.
“The goal is to eliminate the fear a canine cancer diagnosis brings and Six Consulting proactively gives to not only understand its cause but ultimately find effective strategies for preventing and curing cancer,” said Parth Patel, CEO at SIX.
“Because Six Consulting is vested in the community, we have an obligation to give back to society. By aligning our social responsibility efforts with valuable partners, we aim to make an impactful change on helping canines defeat cancer as well as ensure children in underserved schools receive quality STEM education”
Golden retrievers affected by cancer
Title 1 schools supported
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