Cancer Alliance Christmas give away

6th December 2018

NHS’ Cancer Alliance, South Yorkshire, Bassetlaw and North Derbyshire are running a Christmas Giveaway for the people of South Yorkshire, Bassetlaw and North Derbyshire.

The Christmas Givaway will give people the chance to win prizes throughout December from local companies in the South Yorkshire, Bassetlaw and North Derbyshire region. The aim of this is to raise the profile of the Cancer Alliance, this will hopefully result in people connecting with our community where we raise awareness of cancer signs and symptoms, screening services, the charities we work with, patient stories and many more vital pieces of information that we want to spread to the public.

First up is 3 x Alpaca treks at Holly Hagg Alpaca farm. Next week we have Marvel tickets at Sheffield Arena, then finally Sheffield United FC tickets.
The way the giveaway works is: we are encouraging re-posting, liking and tagging in exchange for entries. Full explanation is provided on our social pages which I have provided the links for below:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/177033756581617/posts/192944114990581/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bq-uosdAASe/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CA_SYBND/status/1070071275731779586

The overall purpose is to raise awareness of cancer via social channels, which are being gradually flooded with vital information we want to share with the public.

More about our work:

NHS’ Cancer Alliance covering South Yorkshire, Bassetlaw and North Derbyshire are collaborators that work with key areas across elements of cancer care, such as Macmillan, Living with and beyond Cancer, Early Diagnosis, Cavendish Cancer Care (to name just a few).

The Cancer Alliance’s vision is to work together to reduce the risk of people developing cancer, quickly diagnose and treat those who do, and develop services based around the whole person, not just their cancer.

We will support people to be healthy, get the best and most appropriate treatment, stay healthy and pain free after recovery, and when needed, die with dignity; giving support to family members and carers.