The Fiji Cancer Society was delighted to receive two replacement vehicles from Kontiki Finance on Thursday, 27 August.
The kind donation is to help the Fiji Cancer Society kick-start its national Eve Campaign.
The Eve Campaign will help raise awareness of women-related cancers such as cervical, ovarian, vulva, vaginal and uterine cancers. The team at Fiji Cancer Society will be launching their Eve campaign on 29 August with a social bowls event at the Suva Bowling Club.
The donation of the vehicles will help improve the reach of the Fiji Cancer Society to their cancer patients and families. Home visitations have become a vital part of the Cancer Society’s services and having the vehicles that are fully funded and serviced by Kontiki Finance helps with making home visitations possible and easier for cancer patients and their families.
“Kontiki Finance has always been an avid supporter of the Fiji Cancer Society, with the upcoming launch of their Eve Campaign the handing over of the two new vehicles is to honor the team’s work and efforts towards raising awareness about cancer-related diseases. We are a majority locally owned licensed accredited financial institution and we will continue to support organisations like the Fiji Cancer Society who carry out amazing work that helps improve the health and wellbeing of Fijians” Said Donita Tuilevuka, Marketing Manager.
The Society is a not-for-profit and is 100% reliant on fundraising events, corporate partnerships, and the generosity of the community at large to provide the current services to support both patients and their families.
“The team and I are very grateful for this generous donation and the continuous support provided by Kontiki Finance Ltd, a great way to kick off the upcoming launch of our Eve Campaign,” says Belinda Chan, CEO of the Fiji Cancer Society.
“Our reach into communities continues to grow every year, and this has been made possible with the support shown from the community and different corporate sectors such as the Kontiki Finance Ltd,” Mrs Chan added.
We look forward to continued support for the future as we continuously learn and grow each year to fight against this terrible disease.