Theme: ‘Diamonds and Jeans’
- Griffons Rugby Stadium, Welkom – 7 March 2020, 18:00 – 24:00
- Preller Square (2nd Level Parking Area), Bloemfontein – 14 March 2020, 18:00 – 24:00
CANSA Relay For Life is an impactful, team experience, taking place overnight that mobilises cancer survivors and the community to stand together in the fight against cancer. It’s also an opportunity to remember loved ones that have passed away from cancer and to raise funds for the fight against cancer. The theme for this year is ‘Diamonds and Jeans.
Throughout the night, there is a host of entertainment. During the event, team members are free to socialise, picnic, play games, dance and participate in lots of fun activities. Teams are required to pay a registration fee, of R 500 and commit to raising additional funds to help CANSA enable research, reduce the risk of cancer through education and health awareness while also providing care and support to those affected by cancer.
During the Relay event, CANSA’s Mobile Health Clinic will be offering various screening and information regarding cancer. Netcare 911 will also be there to provide emergency paramedic assistance.
- For Welkom event, register with Elizabeth Nunes on 082 710 3705.
- For Bloemfontein event, register with Johan Weyers 083 707 8007 or Aneka van der Walt on 063 692 2154.
Visit www.cuppa.org.za or www.cansa.org.za, or contact the nearest CANSA Care Centre, call CANSA toll-free 0800 22 66 22 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. CANSA offers multi-lingual support on WhatsApp: 0721979305 for English and Afrikaans and 0718673530 for Xhosa, Zulu, Sotho and Siswati. Follow CANSA on Twitter: @CANSA, join CANSA on Facebook: CANSA The Cancer Association of South Africa and follow CANSA on Instagram: @cancerassociationofsouthafrica
CANSA offers a unique integrated service to the public and to all people affected by cancer. CANSA is a leading role-player in cancer research (more than R12 million spent annually) and the scientific findings and knowledge gained from our research are used to realign our health programmes, as well as strengthen our watchdog role to the greater benefit of the public. Our health programmes comprise health and education campaigns; CANSA Care Centres that offer a wide range of care and support services to those affected by cancer; stoma and other clinical support and organisational management; medical equipment hire, as well as a toll-free line to offer information and support. We also supply patient care and support in the form of 11 CANSA Care Homes in the main metropolitan areas for out-of-town cancer patients; a Wellness Centre based in Polokwane; and CANSA-TLC lodging for parents and guardians of children undergoing cancer treatment.