ExxonMobil and Scott Duyvestyn
ExxonMobil recognised the work of their employee, Scott Duyvestyn, by donating $1,000 to support our research funding effort. Scott has been an enthusiastic supporter of CIKA for many years but his greatest involvement is with the “Old Time Wood Days” that are held in Milltown in November each year, organised by his parents, CIKA members Andrew and Christine. The photograph at left shows Scott in action in Milltown. We thank Scott for considering CIKA in his application for the 2014 ExxonMobil Australia Volunteer Involvement Program.
Scott applied again in 2017 and was, once again, successful. We are most grateful to ExxonMobil for the recognition that they give their employees who volunteer in the community and we appreciate Scott’s support for the CIKA team. Scott’s journey is personal and whilst it is many years since his brother Dean was diagnosed with cancer Scott continues to try to have an impact on CIKA’s mission to ” Fund Research, Find A Cure ”