Pink Day at AX Group

Malta Independent - - BUSINESS -

AX Group joined the in­ter­na­tional cam­paign in gen­er­at­ing aware­ness to help fight breast cancer. Re­cently, dur­ing the month of Oc­to­ber, the com­pany’s prop­er­ties, namely The Palace, The Vic­to­ria Ho­tel, Seashells Re­sort at Sun­crest, Sunny Coast Re­sort & Spa, AX Hold­ings and Hill­top took part in a ‘Wear It Pink Day’, to show sol­i­dar­ity with the women bat­tling this dis­ease.

A good num­ber of em­ploy­ees took part in this ini­tia­tive as the com­pany hosted pink-themed events to up­surge con­scious­ness in fight­ing breast cancer. Mary Ala­mango, As­sis­tant House­keeper, The Palace & The Vic­to­ria Ho­tel, Sliema said that “the mis­sion of this world­wide cam­paign is to sup­port those af­fected by breast cancer through early de­tec­tion, ed­u­ca­tion and sup­port ser­vices hence my col­leagues and my­self are proud to help in this good cause and raise funds for re­search.”

To­day many com­pa­nies are join­ing this cam­paign to en­dorse mind­ful­ness for a good cause and thanks to this dress down day, for all the staff mem­bers work­ing with AX Group, the com­pany is pro­mot­ing a strong mes­sage of op­ti­mism through cancer. “Our hope is that women in our com­mu­nity who see our col­lec­tive ef­forts will be re­minded to do reg­u­lar breast ex­ams and to book those mam­mo­gram ap­point­ments. Our hope is that through this sim­ple dress down day, lives are saved,” said Denise Xuereb, Con­struc­tion Di­rec­tor.

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