Adri Jansen van Nieuwenhuizen (right), Managing Director of Pink Trees for Pauline and Barbara Haywood of Eden Lions Club, who is piloting this year's project.
GEORGE NEWS - Pink Trees for Pauline George, in partnership with Eden Lions and the Cancer Association of South Africa (Cansa) will be creating awareness and raising funds together in 2016 for the cancer community of George.
This month the city will turn pink again, a sign of hope for those going through cancer and remembrance for those we have died. Pink Trees for Pauline George and Cansa raised an amount of R16 000 for Cansa during the 2015 project.
This year the project will be piloted in George by the Eden Lions Club under leadership of Barbara Haywood. The public can purchase fabric at the Transnet Heritage Museum, 2 Mission Road and at FabricHaus, 44 Market Street, E Coetzee Pharmacy, the Dutch Reformed Church and at the offices of Cansa.
Pink Trees for Pauline's purpose is to create awareness, unite communities and raise funds to ensure access to cancer treatment.
For more information visit www.pinktrees.co.za and for daily updates visit the Pink Trees for Pauline Facebook page. Managing Director of Pink Trees for Pauline, Adri Jansen van Nieuwenhuizen, can be contacted at email@example.com.
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