This charity event will be open to the public at the Sant Jordi Sports Club from 10:00 to 18:00 for a donation price of 5 euros
This initiative for all audiences will serve to raise funds to improve the quality of life of cancer patients in the Pitiusas
The Ibiza and Formentera Association Against Cancer, IFCC, celebrates this Sunday, February 5 at 10:30 a.m. a new solidarity walk in commemoration of World Cancer Day and to raise funds to improve the quality of life of patients with cancer. It is a moderate route of about 8 kilometers that will start from the Palacio de Congresos de Santa Eulària des Riu and will last approximately two and a half hours. “To participate is very simple, you just have to text or call 666 991 336 or register at the following link https://www.ibizacancer.com/en/events/solidarity-walk/“, they have pointed out from IFCC.
“It is a simple route in which we will enjoy the views that surround Ses Roquetes, across Niu Blau and Cala Pada beaches until we reach S’Argamassa, where we can see the remains of the ancient Roman aqueduct that was part of an extensive hydraulic system dating from the first century AD. made up of wells, fountains and water channels built by the different inhabitants of the island over time”, assured the treasurer of the Association, Berno Kiberd. “With this walk we want to continue raising awareness about cancer and raising funds to support patients and their families”, the IFCC volunteers pointed out, recalling that this event, in which pets are not allowed, is for adults of all ages who can register by making a simple donation from 5 euros.
The IFCC president, Helen Watson, added that “these solidarity marches are not only necessary because they serve to raise funds, but also to promote sports and outdoor activities, and help in the of prevention of cancer disease that we seek to eradicate ”
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.
We aim to raise awareness and support for family members and patients suffering from this disease in our islands.
Unlike other associations all the collected and all the campaigns that are carried out will be conceived and will go destined to the inhabitants of Ibiza and Formentera.
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