Digicel supports Pinktober

Digicel Fiji, your data network, today held an awareness program for all their staff in the country including its offices in Suva, Nadi and Labasa.

Digicel Fiji’s signature community campaign in this 10th anniversary celebrations is helping raise awareness and fundraising for the Fiji Cancer Society.

Digicel Fiji CEO, Mike Greig welcomed the team from Fiji Cancer Society at the company’s Pinktober morning tea, who spoke about awareness on cancer and early detection.

“We were delighted to host Dr. Josese Turagava who covered the clinical side of cancer, Kaliova Turagaiviu shared with the team how Fiji Cancer Society assists patients and how we can reach out to them. And it was an emotional moment as we heard Asena Seinimoli share her victory story.”

“We are also doing our best to educate our women staff members about this killer disease and we organized for sugar, blood pressure, Pap smear and breast cancer checkups at our Nabua office today.”

"We are delighted to support the Fiji Cancer Society in their signature awareness and fundraising month for breast cancer ‘Pinktober’. We are happy to support their fundraising efforts in our free concerts this month. FCS volunteers were around in our Suva concert and will be going around with donation cans in Labasa tomorrow and in Savusavu on Saturday, whereby members of the public can freely contribute towards this worthy cause.”

Fiji’s popular Vude queen, Laisa Vulakoro will lead a group of top local artists including Saimoni Vuatalevu, Semi Kaitani, Marika Nakete and Eddie Wilson for three hours of free concerts at Subrail Park in Labasa from 4pm tomorrow and at the Savusavu Foreshore ground from 10am on Saturday.