Indianapolis-based cancer advocacy non-profit, in its 20th year, adds to governance team
INDIANAPOLIS — The Heroes Foundation has announced the addition of five new members to its board of directors. These individuals recently began serving on the organization’s board:
• Daniel Abdallah, CTO Principal of The Brookfield Group; Principal, Platform 24
• Kara Clinton, Global Compliance and Ethics Officer, Eli Lilly
• Andru Creighton, Sales Representative, Cortez Labs
• James Hinshaw, Partner, Dentons Bingham Greenbaum
• Bob Treash, Vice President of Sales, Givergy Inc.
“We are honored that Daniel, Kara, Andru, James and Bob have made such a large commitment to champion cancer patients, caregivers, researchers and the greater Indiana community in the fight against cancer,” said Vince Todd, Jr., co-chairman and founder of the Heroes Foundation. “There is much more work to do in mitigating the impact of this horrific disease, and we are pleased to have them join the fight.”
In its twentieth year, the Heroes Foundation has a mission to provide meaningful support to cancer patients, education to promote cancer prevention and resources to advance research toward a cure.
Through a series of annual fundraising events, the foundation raises much needed funding for direct support for patients, activities that educate the broader community about cancer prevention and healthy lifestyle choices, and seed grants for researchers tackling projects to address treatment and cures – all taking place within the state of Indiana.
About the Heroes Foundation
The mission of the Heroes Foundation is to provide meaningful support to cancer patients, education to promote cancer prevention and resources to advance research for a cure. Born from a cancer survivor’s desire to give back, the Indianapolis-based Heroes Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) public charity.