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Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

The outbreak of COVID-19 triggered widespread fear and serious alarm among the cystic fibrosis community, forcing those living with the inherited illness into isolation. Added to that, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation funding initiatives had to be cancelled or moved online, making it that much harder to raise funds for this debilitating disease. CF Fundraising Malta is the VO which works tirelessly to continue to raise the funds needed to support Cystic Fibrosis patients and to contribute towards the research for a cure. Last week GasanMamo Insurance was awash in a sea of yellow last week as employees went to work in a bright yellow t-shirts to lend support to this VO and help raise more awareness and funds for Cystic Fibrosis. The idea behind wearing yellow is to symbolize a brighter future for those with progressive inherited lung disease. Cystic fibrosis is a terrible and debilitating life-shortening illness that leads to a severely reduced quality of life which can be a struggle, and people with the condition face a huge burden of daily treatments.

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About GasanMamo Insurance

Able to trace its roots all the way back to 1947, GasanMamo Insurance is one of Malta’s leading insurance companies providing competitively priced and a different range of insurance cover types, from car insurance and boat insurance to home insurance and health insurance for both personal and commercial clients through the Maltese Islands. The company recognises the importance of customer value and ensures that it maximizes value by keeping premiums as low as possible while maintaining the correct balance to provide service that meets the standards set by the company. Corporate Social Responsibility plays a big part in how GasanMamo Insurance goes about business. The company believes that giving back to people and communities is their duty and serves to enrich lives across the board.

Julian Mamo

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