The 1K4 Cancer Campaign is an initiative designed to commemorate the breast cancer awareness month. 1K4 Cancer has also been formulated to assist breast cancer patients who cannot afford treatment. Here’s the idea, If one thousand people donate one thousand naira each, 1K4Cancer will successfully raise one million naira for breast cancer patients. The funds will go towards chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment for a few women who are currently under the care of SCC.
Wana Udobang, On Air Personality on 92.3 Inspiration FM & BellaNaija contributor is collaborating with Sebeccly Cancer Care and Support Center (SCC) in executing this project. SCC is an organization dedicated to ending breast cancer through the power of grassroots action and advocacy through provision of information, support, and campaigning for improved standards of care for patients in the 1K4Cancer Campaign.
Campaign Leader, Wana Udobang said: “sometimes, it is important to remember that we all have a responsibility to the world that we have been placed in. 1K4Cancer campaign is an opportunity to show that there is power in every single one of us to change our society; in this situation, assisting women with their treatment, one thousand naira can contribute to turning around a breast cancer victim into a survivor. Together, we can raise one million and more!”
1K4Cancer will run throughout the month of October with a weekly diary on the popular lifestyle website BellaNaija.com as well via twitter. Money raised will be documented and announced regularly. This information will also be available on the SCC website alongside photographs taken with individual and organizational donors.
For more enquires on the Campaign and on how to donate Call 08090088922 | Follow MissWanaWana on Twitter | E-mail – [email protected] | Log on to www.sebecclycancercare.org and www.guerillabasement.com
To you can also donate into the SCC account Guaranty Trust Bank Account, Account Name: Sebeccly Cancer Care And Support Centre | Account Number 0010849209.
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