Over 14,000 Participate in Avon’s Events for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Avon’s activities for this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness month were a success.

2020’s campaign, BOOB watch, was all about educating about the importance of early detection. With all the three fundraising events mounted online, Avon was able to reach more people and generate awareness at a grander scale. This year’s events were all for  the benefit of the Philippine Cancer Society.

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Avon also made sure that they raised funds in an entertaining way, and they’ve got the  help of one of the Philippines’ top female singers. Shaped for More with  Morrisette: The BOOBwatch Fundraising Concert was streamed via Facebook,  with more than 5,700 of viewers tuning in. Morrisette sang hits by Adele, Jessie J, and  some of her own hit songs. Before the concert, she shared her pride in being part of this  great cause, “I am excited to be part of this campaign because I believe in their Breast  Care Promise. Prevention is always better than cure. Our health is not something we  want to compromise. We are shaped for more and we should not let anything or anyone hold us back from achieving our purpose.”

The brand’s last event was a fun and energetic one, ending the festivities on a high  note. The #JoinTheBoobment Manoeuvres Fitness Dance-a-thon, also
streamed via Facebook Live, was one and half hours full of high-energy dance routines  and happy people viewing and donating. The renowned dance group took viewers down  memory lane, as they danced to the hits of the 70s all the way to the hits of today,  making it a fun event from titas to millennials. During this session, Jason and James.


Zamora with James Gaddi taught the viewers a quick Tiktok dance tutorial that shows  how easy and fast it is to do a breast check by yourself.

For those who couldn’t join the events, Avon has released a special collection to help  raise funds as well. For every sale of the Empower Bra (Avon’s first-ever mastectomy bra), the Breast Cancer Promise Umbrella and Tote Bag Set, and Evita Watch P50 was  donated to the Philippine Cancer Society. You can continue to donate to this cause  through BPI Account number: 0141-0431-53 or GCash Account number: 0917-5372662.

Through this year’s efforts, Avon hopes to make a better world for all women, which is a better world for all. Breast cancer is the most commonly occurring cancer in women, and this is why Avon makes it a point to keep their advocacy going. This year, the brand is thankful for being able to reach more people (14,069 in total) than ever by bringing the events online.

Watch out for Avon Philippines’ purposeful projects, find out why millions of people  around the world choose Avon. Visit Avon.ph and follow Avon Philippines on Facebook  and Instagram to learn more about ANEW Skin Reset Plumping Shots and other  skincare products from Avon.

Don’t have an Avon Representative? Visit www.avon.ph or like and check out
Avon Philippines on Facebook to find out how you can shop your favorite Avon
products

 

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