£30,000 donated to The Cancer Awareness Trust in memory of Kikis Pavlou

During the night of the Memorial Ball on Saturday 25 November, which raised an impressive £420,000 for the Trust, a further £30,000 was pledged for The Cancer Awareness Trust.

60 guests at the event made generous donations of £500 in memory of Kikis Pavlou, a member of the Axentis family who, this year, sadly passed away from cancer at the age of 56.

The Cancer Awareness Trust is a UK registered charity working on a groundbreaking movement to change cancer outcomes globally; and the charity's founder, Professor Sir Chris Evans, was in attendance at the dazzling memorial event.

The charity's focus is the creation and development of The Cancer Platform - a worlds-first resource designed to help people access trusted cancer information swiftly and efficiently. The Cancer Platform is a website and app making it quick and easy to freely access specific information, services and products at every stage of the cancer journey, anywhere in the world.

On behalf of everyone at the Axentis Michael Charitable Trust, we would like to offer a heartfelt thank you for the meaningful donations that really will make a difference to this amazing charity's brilliant work.

Mike Zatyka, Global Fundraising Director at the charity commented:

The Cancer Awareness Trust is proud to receive this generous gift from The Axentis Michael Charitable Trust in memory of Kikis Pavlou. The gift will go towards our work to support families affected by childhood cancer. Specifically, making it easier for families to access trusted information as well as financial support to deal with the often huge costs of care and travel.

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