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The Can Blau Gospel group celebrates a solidarity concert to benefit IFCC on Saturday 4th June

All funds raised from this event will support cancer patients in Ibiza and Formentera

The Can Blau Gospel group will hold a solidarity concert on June 4 at 7:00 p.m. at the Cultural Center of Jesus to raise funds to support and improve the quality of life of patients with cancer in Ibiza and Formentera.

The Can Blau Gospel of the Can Blau Music School was formed at the beginning of 2007 and is aimed at singers looking for an alternative to traditional choirs. The aim is also to promote the music and African-American culture and offer a different vision of what a choir can be. In their concerts, the group seeks to create an environment in which the public can be a part of the event. In addition to the singers, the team has its director, Montse Ribot, the pianist accompanist, Joan Òscar Palerm Costa, bass, Chema Pellico, and drummer, Stefano Serra de de Muntes

Door open at 6:30 p.m. admission is free, and donations are very welcome – IFCC confirm all monies and support given will be warmly welcomed.

IFCC, 21 years together with the Islands cancer patients and their families

The Ibiza and Formentera Association Against Cancer, IFCC, donated in 2019 a total of 16 new state-of-the-art reclining armchairs for cancer patients at the Hospital de Can Misses, which are added to the 10 that it already paid for in 2016, along with five televisions with built-in headphones for the chemotherapy room. An Association that has financed, furthermore, thanks to the donations of its many members and the charity events organized, the decoration of the oncology nursing consultation and the Unit consultation of Palliative Care, the acquisition of an endoscope for the Formentera Hospital, a pilot project for colon cancer screening in the Island and the hiring of a physiotherapist for the Lymphedema Unit, directed by Dr. Sausan Sayed, in addition to several cars for the Palliative Care Unit. This NGO has also published, the informative brochures of the Oncology Day Hospital, with recommendations for patients in chemotherapy treatment, breast surgery and ostomized.

These are just some of the tangible deeds achieved by this Association

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Solidarity Dinner IFCC in La Casita restaurant

Ibiza and Formentera Against Cancer celebrates its 21st anniversary with a charity dinner at La Casita restaurant

This initiative for all audiences will serve to raise funds for cancer patients in Ibiza and Formentera

The Ibiza and Formentera Association Against Cancer will hold a solidarity gala dinner on April 23 at 7:30 p.m. at La Casita restaurant, located at 38 Carretera de Cala Llonga, on the occasion of its 21st anniversary supporting cancer patients in Ibiza and Formentera.

This event will feature a welcome glass of cava, a three-course menu with wines, beers and soft drinks, and a live performance by The Moonshine Band. To attend thisevent, whose donation price is 50 euros per person, it will be necessary to register in advance by sending your personal data and the number of diners to the email ifcc@ibizacancer.com or by calling 34 666 99 13 36.

From IFCC they have stated that “it is a pride to be able to celebrate this solidarity gala in which all the work and effort made for 21 years to support and improve the quality of life of cancer patients will be valued”.

Solidarity Dinner IFCC in La Casita restaurant

IFCC, 21 years together with the Ibiza and Formentera islands  cancer patients and their families.

The Ibiza and Formentera Association Against Cancer, IFCC, donated in 2019 a total of 16 new state-of-the-art reclining armchairs for cancer patients at the Can Misses Hospital, in addition to the 10 that it already paid for in 2016, along with five televisions with built-in headphones for the chemotherapy room. An Association that has also financed, thanks to the donations of its many members and the charity events it organizes, the decoration of the oncology nursing consultation room and the Palliative Care Unit consultation room, the acquisition of an endoscope for the Hospital of Formentera, a pilot project for colon cancer screening in the Pitiusas and the hiring of a physiotherapist for the Lymphedema Unit, directed by Dr. Sausan Sayed, in addition to several cars for this Palliative Care Team. This NGO has produced the information brochures of the Oncology Day Hospital, with recommendations for patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment, breast surgery and ostomy patients.

These are just some of the tangible deeds achieved by this Association that has spent more than 21 years alongside cancer patients and their families in Ibiza and Formentera .

Golf Against Cancer - IFCC

Golf Ibiza celebrates this Saturday, April 2, the first annual charity tournament for the benefit of Ibiza and Formentera against Cancer

IFCC are grateful for this sports initiative that will serve to support cancer patients in the Pitiusas

Golf Ibiza will celebrate this Saturday, April 2 at 09:00 a.m. the first annual charity golf tournament for the benefit of Ibiza and Formentera against Cancer, IFCC. This tournament, for which there are only two places available, is sponsored by the Consell Insular d’Eivissa and the Santa Eulalia del Río City Council, and will feature five prizes in categories A (first and second), B (first and second ) and Scratch.

During the day, junior golfers will also compete, refreshments provided and a raffle will be held with gifts, all  donated by various sponsors.

The president of the Association of Ibiza and Formentera Against Cancer, Helen Watson, wanted to thank the effort involved in carrying out actions like this, “which allow you to enjoy a day of solidarity, practicing a healthy sport in the open air, such as golf, while raising funds to continue supporting cancer patients in the Pitiusas”.

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IFCC, 21 years together with the Pitiusas cancer patients and their families

The Ibiza and Formentera Association Against Cancer, IFCC, donated in 2019 a total of 16 new state-of-the-art reclining armchairs for cancer patients at the Can Misses Hospital, in addition to the 10 that it already paid for in 2016, along with five televisions with built-in headphones for the chemotherapy room.

An Association that has also financed, thanks to the donations of its many members and the charity events it organizes, the decoration of the oncology nursing consultation and the Palliative Care Unit consultation, the acquisition of an endoscope for the Hospital of Formentera, a pilot project for colon cancer screening in the Pitiusas or the hiring of a physiotherapist for the Lymphedema Unit, directed by Dr. Sausan Sayed, in addition to several cars for this Palliative Unit. IFCC has published,  information brochures of the Oncology Day Hospital, with recommendations for patients undergoing chemotherapy, breast surgery and ostomy patients.

These are just some of the tangible deeds achieved by this Association that has spent more than 21 years alongside cancer patients in Ibiza and Formentera and their families.

Ibiza Beach Tennis - IFCC

The Santa Eulalia Beach Tennis Club celebrates this weekend a charity tournament for the benefit of IFCC

 This sports initiative open to all audiences will serve to raise funds for cancer patients in Ibiza and Formentera

The Santa Eulalia Beach Tennis Club will celebrate this weekend a solidarity tournament for the benefit of Ibiza and Formentera against Cancer, IFCC, which will take place at Cala Llonga Beach on Saturday, March 26 and Sunday, March 27 from 09:00 at 19.00 h. A sports event open to all categories that will be held on 12 tracks.

Registration to compete in this event is open to the public for a donation of 20 euros per player, which includes participation in two games, a shirt, a bottle of water and a piece of fruit. Those interested can register on the website www.clubtenissantaeulalia.es or by sending a WhatsApp message to the number 603 791 648.

From the Association of Ibiza and Formentera Against Cancer, IFCC, they wanted to thank the effort involved in carrying out events like this, “which not only allow you to enjoy outdoor sports in a safe environment, but also continue to reach out to patients with cancer in the Pitiusas”.

Ibiza Beach Tennis - IFCC

IFCC, 21 years together with the islands cancer patients and their families

The Ibiza and Formentera Association Against Cancer, IFCC, donated in 2019 a total of 16 new state-of-the-art reclining armchairs for cancer patients at the Can Misses Hospital, in addition to the 10 that it already paid for in 2016, along with five televisions with built-in headphones for the chemotherapy room. An Association that has also financed, thanks to the donations of its many members and the charity events it organizes, the decoration of the oncology nursing consultation and the Palliative Care Unit consultation, the acquisition of an endoscope for the Hospital of Formentera, a pilot project for colon cancer screening in the Pitiusas or the hiring of a physiotherapist for the Lymphedema Unit, directed by Dr. Sausan Sayed, in addition to several cars for this Palliative Unit. This NGO has published , information brochures of the Oncology Day Hospital, with recommendations for patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment, breast surgery and ostomy patients.

These are just some of the tangible deeds achieved by this Association that has spent more than 21 years alongside cancer patients and their families in Ibiza and Formentera.

Caminata Solidaria IFCC

The residents of Cala Llonga will celebrate this Sunday, March 13, a solidarity walk for the benefit of IFCC

This initiative for all audiences will serve to raise funds for cancer patients in Ibiza and Formentera

The residents of Cala Llonga will promote this Sunday, March 13 at 10:00 a.m. a solidarity walk for the benefit of the Ibiza and Formentera Association Against Cancer, IFCC. It is a moderate ability route of 9.8 km that will depart from the Can Lluc Restaurant in Cala Llonga and will last approximately three hours. “To participate is very simple, you just have to register through the following link: https://www.ibizacancer.com/en/events/solidarity-walk/“, or call 662 67 43 74.

This walk will consist of a visit to the old well and spring of Sa Font des Yerns, the organic farm of Can Musson and the hidden valley of Puig d’en Sala. “We always organize walks because we love to get together and enjoy the island, and every year we promote these solidarity meetings for the benefit of IFCC”, the Cala Llonga Neighborhood Association explained, recalling that people from all walks of life can register for this event. ages by making a simple donation from 5 euros.

For her part, the president of the IFCC, Helen Watson, has affirmed that “everything that is raised in this walk will go entirely to the actions of support for families that our Association has led for more than 20 years.” “These solidarity walks, in addition to serving to support our project, also advocate promoting sports and outdoor activities and are part of the cancer prevention acts that we promote,” Watson concluded.

Caminata Solidaria IFCC

IFCC increases its hours of care for cancer patients in Ibiza and Formentera

The Association reminds all patients with this disease of Pitiusas and their families that it continues by their side to help them in this health crisis.

The Ibiza and Formentera Association Against Cancer, IFCC, has increased its hours of care for patients and their families with this disease of Pitiusas in order to be by their side in this serious health crisis that is ravaging the country. In this way, they provide telephone support from March 18 from Monday to Friday, in river hours from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., to answer your questions and needs on +34 666 991 336.

The President of Ibiza and Formentera Against Cancer, Helen Watson, wanted to highlight the importance of patients with cancer and their families taking extreme precautions “not allowing them to leave the house in any case and attending to their health and vital needs to prevent them from are exposed to contagion. ” “Family members must go to the pharmacy for them and upon their return home they must scrupulously follow the security measures recommended by the government and by our health workers, such as washing hands, taking extreme care of surfaces, isolating those affected, and in essence, ensuring that these patients, who are at risk, are not affected by this virus. ”

On the other hand, from IFCC they have highlighted that “it is necessary that, despite the confinement, we follow healthy lifestyle habits to prevent cancer, such as eating healthy and exercising at home, and that we leave others such as tobacco, taking advantage of this situation ”.

IFCC, 19 years alongside cancer patients of the Pitiusas

The Ibiza and Formentera Association Against Cancer, IFCC, is a non-profit organization, aimed at fighting this disease in the Pitiusas, which since its inception in 2001 has been self-financed with the collaborations of its volunteers and partners and with the fundraising events he has organized, without relying on any government aid or subsidy. IFCC helps cancer patients on the islands of Ibiza and Formentera by offering its support to the sick and their families and collaborating with the Balearic health services, to promote improvements that bring back greater quality of care.

This Association pioneered for three years tests such as colon cancer screening, essential for the early detection of this type of cancer, or the hiring of a physical therapist for the Lymphedema Unit of the Ibiza Health Area, which has managed to are implanted in the public health system. As of today, it continues to bear the costs of 23 women with lymphedema who receive private treatment in cases that are not covered by Ibsalut.
 In 2019, it financed the purchase of 16 chairs for treatments such as chemotherapy, with an investment of 44,000 euros, for the Can Misses Hospital. Furthermore, IFCC has produced, printed and disseminated different advice and care guides for cancer patients, as well as brochures for the early detection of different types of cancer. In addition, last year it covered the costs of the humanization project of the information rooms of the Palliative Care Unit and the Oncology Nursing Consultation of the Can Misses Day Hospital.