Go blue for can­cer

Seymour Telegraph - - NEWS -

Res­i­dents are be­ing asked to buy Bridge­stone’s unique blue valve caps from Sey­mour Bridge­stone Ser­vice Cen­tre this month to help sup­port the Leukaemia Foun­da­tion and the 60 000 Aussies cur­rently liv­ing with blood can­cers.

The spe­cially de­signed valve caps are just $3 for a set of four.

By pur­chas­ing the caps, you will be help­ing the Leukaemia Foun­da­tion pro­vide life-chang­ing prac­ti­cal and emo­tional sup­port to the 35 Aus­tralians di­ag­nosed each day — from di­ag­no­sis, through treat­ment and be­yond.

‘‘Pur­chas­ing blue valve caps is a sim­ple way for mem­bers of the com­mu­nity to show their sup­port for ‘Light the Night’, a mean­ing­ful event for many peo­ple fac­ing a blood can­cer,’’ Sey­mour Bridge­stone Ser­vice Cen­tre owner Dale Brew said.

❝For less than a $5 note, you can play a part in cre­at­ing a brighter fu­ture for peo­ple with blood can­cer and their fam­i­lies.❞ Sey­mour Bridge­stone Ser­vice Cen­tre owner Dale Brew

‘‘For less than a $5 note, you can play a part in cre­at­ing a brighter fu­ture for peo­ple with blood can­cer and their fam­i­lies.’’

Money raised through the sale of the valve caps will help light the way for­ward for peo­ple fac­ing a blood can­cer di­ag­no­sis.

In pre­vi­ous years, the na­tion-wide cam­paign has helped spon­sor the Bridge­stone Aus­tralia Ca­reer Es­tab­lish­ment Grant, an ini­tia­tive set up to sup­port med­i­cal grad­u­ates and their re­search into the causes, treat­ment and care of peo­ple

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