Tea Party 4 Hope fundraiser Closing the Cancer Gap
• By Confidente Reporter
ELEVATE Edify Life Coaching founder Violetta Mureko says the organisation, since its inception in 2016, has raised over N$75 000 and helped over 2 800 financially disadvantaged Namibians by providing free cancer screenings in collaboration with the Cancer Association of Namibia (CAN).
Mureko said this before the Elevate Edify Life Coaching’s annual Tea Party 4 Hope fundraising event.
This year’s event, set for October 21 at the Doc Jubber Hockey Field in Olympia, will be held under the theme, ‘Closing the Cancer Gap.’
After eight successful editions, Mureko said they are committed to influencing lives via mindfulness, life balance, and critical projects such as the annual Tea Party for Hope.
She said this year’s edition will be a ‘terrific information session’ that will allow people to acquire first-hand information.
“With this year’s theme of ‘Closing the Cancer Gap,’ Elevate Edify Life Coaching hopes to build a strong platform for cancer education and positive change that will resonate throughout our society. We envision a brighter future together, united in our mission to eliminate cancer disparities and foster a resilient community of hope and healing,” Mureko said.
The organisation actively enlightens the community about cancer prevention and awareness, as well as exposes the path of hope for survivors and their families to embody the mission of uplifting people who have cancer.
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