People are being urged to donate to the Fiji Cancer Society’s toiletry drive

People are being urged to donate to the Fiji Cancer Society’s toiletry drive

By Naveel Krishant
Tuesday 14/06/2022
[Image: Fiji Cancer Society]

You are being urged to donate to the Fiji Cancer Society’s Toiletry Drive that aims to assist cancer patients.

The Fiji Cancer Society has so far registered 159 new patients this year and they have registered over 700 patients since 2018.

The Society says the items will be distributed to cancer patients admitted in the hospital and during their weekly home visitation.

They add self care during cancer treatment is an essential and vital part of happiness and health.

The drive is open until the 29th of next month and you can drop off your items at the Fiji Cancer Society office in Waimanu Road Suva or call them on 3324960 or 9990670.

You can check the details on our Hands Across Fiji section on our website, fijiviilage.

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