We want to introduce you to one of the Platinum Corporate sponsors of our 8th Annual Seattle Gala this year.
Viet Ly is a local business man who is striving to help not only Orphan Relief and Rescue’s many needy children, but is also working to help bring a cure to cancer. Viet is a husband and father of three young children, and has an incredibly compassionate heart for others. He is not a person that sits idly by when he sees the suffering around him. He is constantly brainstorming on how to make the world a better place to live in.
Thank you Viet for being a hero among us.
In his own words he shares a little about himself and what he is currently involved in:
My work at Genprex has been my love affair, my magnum opus. For the past 3 years, I have been helping develop an amazing potential game-changer in lung cancer treatments with a world class team including Dr. Jack Roth and Rodney Varner. We believe that there is a revolution in the cancer industry today and that this will impact the lives of millions of people. My life has been inspired to fighting this war on cancer since I was fifteen watching my best friend’s mother slowly pass away from ovarian cancer. Everyone has a cancer story to tell and it is our hope that our generation will write cancer’s last chapter.
Viet with Dr. Jack Roth, inventor of Oncoprex & Chairman of Genprex Scientific Board,
and Rodney Varner, CEO of Genprex
When I first researched ORR, I loved reading the stories and Rebecca’s book “Inspired to Action”. I saw that ORR was not just an orphanage but had developed well thought out programs in order to facilitate long enduring, prosperous lives for these kids in the program. I believed in their Blueprint and I believed in their Soul.
I wanted to help in anyway I could and started by donating my time, money, and energy to boosting ORR’s Facebook ad campaigns to help with awareness of their mission. I am excited about the future of ORR and I believe the best things are yet to come. I am a corporate sponsor because Orphan Relief and Rescue gives me life.