Turner Freeman Lawyers give back through Wanderers goals

Western Sydney Wanderers FC are proud to confirm that co-major partner Turner Freeman Lawyers will be donating $500 for every goal scored by the Wanderers Isuzu UTE A-League team this season to the Asbestos Diseases Research Institute (ADRI).

Turner Freeman Lawyers have been supporting the Asbestos Diseases Research Institute for the last 14 years, and have acted for thousands of people around Australia affected by asbestos related diseases.

Using the Wanderers as a vehicle for change, Turner Freeman Lawyers will be donating $500 for every goal scored by the Wanderers Isuzu UTE A-League Men’s team at both home and away matches this season.

Already, Turner Freeman Lawyers have committed to a $6500 donation to ADRI for the goals scored so far this season with eleven matches still remaining. 

Turner Freeman Lawyers Managing Partner Armando Gardiman AM said he was proud to give back to the community through the Wanderers.

“ADRI are the only dedicated research facility in New South Wales that studies and researches asbestos diseases including the terminal cancer mesothelioma.

“Working class groups from the Western Suburbs of Sydney are some of the most affected group of people in Australia.

“Thousands of men and women have died and will continue to die from mesothelioma or other diseases as a result of exposure to asbestos and ADRI is dedicated to trying to find methods to prevent, diagnose and treat mesothelioma through public awareness, scientific and medical research and providing patient support.

“Together with the Wanderers, Turner Freeman is proud to support any research that can produce better treatment outcomes or cure this terrible fatal disease.”

Western Sydney Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas praised Turner Freeman Lawyers’ commitment to helping the community. 

“We know our Western Sydney families, and many families around the country, have been heavily impacted by Asbestos related diseases and Turner Freeman are committed to playing a role in ensuring that investment increases for better research and treatment” said Tsatsimas.

“We thank Turner Freeman for having us involved in their donations aimed to help people around the country affected by this disease, through the Asbestos Diseases Research Institute.”