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SPP Media Group building lit up in support of Christodoula March

In a display of solidarity, Nicosia headquarters shines yellow for Christodoula's cause

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For the 49th consecutive year, the Cyprus Cancer Society is organizing the Christodoula March, the largest campaign aimed at raising awareness among Cypriot society about cancer-related issues. Under the slogan "Be there," the Cyprus Cancer Society and the Bank of Cyprus invite everyone to support their efforts by participating in the 49th Christodoula March.

Yesterday, on Thursday, April 11, 2024, the roadside fundraiser, which serves as the main avenue for collecting contributions to enhance supportive and palliative care services for those in need, was held. SPP Media Group, on this occasion, lit its building in Nicosia in yellow to express solidarity with the Christodoula March and to support the invaluable work of the Cyprus Cancer Society. Additionally, representatives from the Cyprus Cancer Society were hosted on the group's radio stations to discuss the organization's mission and encourage people to contribute to the 49th Christodoula March.

The Christodoula March took place last Sunday, April 7, 2024, in Limassol, while in all other provinces, it will occur on April 14th at 10:30 am. The starting points for the march in each province are as follows:
- Nicosia: "Arodafnousa" Palliative Care Centre
- Larnaca: Platform at Finikoudes
- Famagusta: Town Hall of Deryneia
- Paphos: Paphos Town Hall

The Christodoula March will be accompanied by a campaign to financially support the services of the Cyprus Cancer Society from April 1 to April 14, with fundraisers taking place at various locations.

For more information about the marches and related events, you can visit the website Additionally, contributions to the Cyprus Cancer Society can be made through electronic means at or by texting CAS 5 for contributions of €5, CAS 3 for contributions of €3, and CAS 1 for contributions of €1.

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