PINK REVOLUTION 2015 LAUNCHES!
Popular fashion bloggers, Celia Wong (Second one from the right), Priscilla I’Anson (First one from the right) and Zoe Chan (Second one from the left) promote Pink Revolution encouraging people to Shop for Pink and take part in Dress Pink Day.
Ms Coco Lee, Hong Kong Cancer Fund’s Pink Ambassador, shares her tips on achieving inner beauty and how to get into the Pink spirit!
Ms Sally Lo, Founder & Chief Executive of Hong Kong Cancer Fund and Ms Coco Lee, Hong Kong Cancer Fund’s Pink Ambassador at the Pink Revolution Launch Ceremony.
Hong Kong Cancer Fund supports clients touched by breast cancer, their families and survivors. At the launch ceremony, Ms Sally Lo, Founder & Chief Executive of Hong Kong Cancer Fund said, “41% of our clients have been touched by breast cancer, which is over 8,000 survivors who receive our free professional breast cancer services. We encourage everyone to take part in Pink Revolution and help us continue guiding women through diagnosis, treatment, recovery and rehabilitation through our three support centres. More than 30 brands are supporting our campaign this year so Shop for Pink by browsing these special offers, or throw a creative Pink party and get the community involved! Together we can make a difference.” She expressed gratitude to everyone who has supported Pink Revolution.
Ms Coco Lee, Hong Kong Cancer Fund’s Pink Ambassador, has supported Pink Revolution since the beginning, and this year is no exception! At the launch event, she shared her tips on inner beauty and how to get into the pink spirit. “I am extremely honoured to be the Pink Ambassador for the fourth consecutive year! I strongly believe in Cancer Fund’s support network which helps thousands of women with breast cancer and their families. I keep myself physically and mentally fit by doing yoga. I encourage women to remember to ‘check, check, check’ as early detection and early diagnosis saves lives!”
To help raise breast cancer awareness, Hong Kong Cancer Fund invited Dr Janice Tsang, Clinical Assistant Professor in Medical Oncology, Department of Medicine, the University of Hong Kong, to share the importance of early detection. Popular fashion bloggers, Celia Wong, Priscilla I’Anson and Zoe Chan also attended to promote Pink Revolution and encourage people to Shop for Pink and take part in Dress Pink Day.
Hong Kong Cancer Fund understands how challenging a diagnosis can be, and will be offering 300 FREE mammograms this year to women with a family history of breast cancer from low-income groups. They also provide FREE Pink Recovery Packs for women who have undergone breast cancer surgery, counselling for clients and their families, yoga and art therapy to calm the mind and promote physical and mental well-being.
Support Pink Revolution and get into the Pink spirit this October! Share your Pink stories with us through social media using the hashtags: #hongkongcancerfund, #hkcancerfund, #breastcheck, #breastcheckup, #cancerfundpink, #shopforpink and #dresspinkday.