There’s no such thing as a safe tan, so protect yourself from the perils of skin damage and sunburn. Remember to slip on a shirt, slop on the sunscreen, slap on a hat, seek shade during peak UV periods and slide on some UV protective sunglasses. For more information on how to be SunSmart this summer, visit our SunSmart website. Cancer Fund’s new webpage promotes well-being and holistic care for all
Cancer Fund has launched a brand new website dedicated to well-being and holistic care. This new site is a hub for knowledge on health and wellness, great for anyone looking for complementary healing methods for themselves or their loved ones. It also features instructional videos of some of our most popular classes, so that anyone can benefit from these holistic practices, anytime and anywhere! Visit our new website to find out more on how to achieve a higher level of well-being and lead a healthier life. Ralph Lauren Increases Pink Pony Support of Cancer Fund
We are delighted to announce our longstanding relationship with leading American fashion brand Ralph Lauren has grown even stronger. Starting 1 October, Ralph Lauren will donate 25% of its income from Pink Pony product sales to Cancer Fund, through until the end of September 2014. This is a huge increase from the already generous 10% they donated in previous years. Face-to-Face Monthly Giving Alliance
Hong Kong Cancer Fund is a founding member of the Face-to-Face Monthly Giving Alliance. As a charity-led and self-regulatory membership body, the Alliance promotes accountable face-to-face (F2F) fundraising practices, for monthly donor recruitment. It sets professional standards and practical guidelines for such practices, and enhances the public’s understanding on their rights before engaging in monthly giving to charitable organizations. Cancer concerns us all
For 25 years Cancer Fund has been providing free information, professional guidance, and peer support to anyone living with or affected by cancer. To help celebrate this enormous milestone we’ve put together a new TVC campaign to remind the community that cancer concerns us all.