Cancer fundraising campaign begins – FBC News

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The Motibhai Group, in conjunction with the Fiji Cancer Society, launched the Bushells Fiji’s Biggest Morning Tea initiative this year, which began in 2006.

This year they are aiming to raise $80,000 during the three month fundraising period.

Fiji Cancer Society chief executive Belinda Chan said the money raised will be used to buy 12 medical oxygen concentrators for the society and three pulse oximeters.

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Chan says they have registered 102 new cancer patients since the start of the year.

Motibhai Group Marketing Manager Abraham Gomes explains that there are different ways to promote cancer awareness and fundraising is one of them.

The duo urge other businesses to hold such fundraisers in their offices to support the society.

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