Voda­fone Fiji launches PINK­TO­BER

Fiji Sun - - Business -

Voda­fone Fiji launched PINK­TO­BER – a month long aware­ness, cam­paign on risks, early de­tec­tion and pre­ven­tion of Breast Can­cer yes­ter­day. The com­pany’s chief ex­ec­u­tive, Pradeep Lal said: “PINK­TO­BER has a sig­nif­i­cant mean­ing that is cen­tered on the ini­tia­tive to show holis­tic sup­port for those who have fallen vic­tims to breast can­cer.

“To­gether, we will cre­ate aware­ness, sup­port those who have won over this ordeal, and en­cour­age health check­ups.” He said the month long cam­paign would see Voda­fone staff get­ting in­volved in fundrais­ing drives with all monies raised do­nated to the Fiji Can­cer So­ci­ety. They started with the aware­ness ini­tia­tive from Damodar City Com­plex yes­ter­day with Ber­linda Chan of Fiji Can­cer So­ci­ety. Voda­fone Fiji would carry out var­i­ous fundrais­ers through­out this month.

“Char­ity in th­ese ar­eas are cru­cial to sup­port the vic­tims and their fam­i­lies. Voda­fone is proud to be en­gaged in sup­port­ing this wor­thy cause,” added Mr Lal.

He said their staff had pledged to raise funds and put through the Voda­fone ATH Foun­da­tion – Dou­ble the Dol­lar ini­tia­tive and do­nate to the Fiji Can­cer So­ci­ety. “With the var­i­ous pro­grammes lined up for the month we aim to max­imise aware­ness and raise more funds.”

Voda­fone Fiji staff at the PINK­TO­BER launch at Damodar City yes­ter­day.

Voda­fone Fiji chief ex­ec­u­tive, Pradeep Lal.

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