LEPHALALE — Riana Bronkhorst, Divisional Coordinator Sustainability for CANSA in Limpopo, invited a few friends for coffee on Friday 7 June to join her for the Cuppa for CANSA (CfC) launch which was held all over South-Africa.
She explained the meaning of Cuppa for CANSA and what the fundraising is for.
Each CANSA Care Centre in South Africa held a launch to introduce the CfC period.
The difference YOU can make:
You can help support CANSA to deliver much needed care and support services to those affected by cancer, by joining the fun and creative campaign that is CfC.
Find out about how to become a Cuppa for CANSA host:
CANSA welcomes Five Roses as their new tea partner. Five Roses have created a limited edition Smooth Ceylon Blend 52s pack featuring the pink and blue CANSA ribbon and R1 from every pack sold is donated to CANSA. This will help fund the ongoing cancer risk-reduction research and to sustain CANSA’s care and support programmes, which also promotes early detection.
CANSA’s Care Centres offer care and support to the local communities, by providing cancer education and information to help reduce the cancer risk, as well as cancer screening and early detection programmes to those who have limited access to health care.
R610 was collected for CANSA on Friday.