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”.
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.