Coca-Cola HBC Cyprus: In the battle against cancer for one more year


For another year, Coca-Cola HBC Cyprus supports the campaign of the Cyprus Anti-Cancer Association and the Bank of Cyprus "In the Fight against Cancer" which takes place in the framework of 'Christodoulas March', which has been postponed last year, due to the pandemic.

Coca-Cola HBC Cyprus has been supporting the Cancer Association for 46 years, covering the needs of the "Arodafnousa" Palliative Care Center in milk, as well as supporting the various activities and events of the Association.

This year, Coca-Cola HBC Cyprus offered the award-winning mineral water "Kykkos" free of charge to the hundreds of volunteers who raised money in various parts of Cyprus, as well as to the dozens of cyclists and runners who took part in charity trips in the communities of Nicosia province.

Mrs. Kalia Patsia, Corporate Affairs & Sustainability Manager of Coca-Cola HBC Cyprus, said "It is with great pleasure and pride that we support the Christodoulas march again, similar to the adversities of the times we live in. The march is an action of offer, love, and solidarity for our fellow citizens that are suffering and whom we should all support. In the fight against cancer, no one is left out. Our Company remains a constant ally and companion of the Cyprus Cancer Association and its effort to support patients and their families. Let us all unite our forces, offering everyone as much as we can, for the support of the great work performed by the Cyprus Cancer Association ".

On behalf of the Cyprus Anti-Cancer Association, the Executive Director, Maria Ioannidou, expressed the Association's great appreciation to Coca-Cola HBC Cyprus, which she said is "a great ally of the Anti-Cancer Association in the fight against cancer. These long-term relationships that we have established with companies such as Coca-Cola HBC Cyprus and the support we receive from them," said Ms. Ioannidou, "help us significantly in our work, in offering free Palliative Care services to thousands of our fellow cancer patients and members of their families either in Arodafnousa in Nicosia and Evagorio in Limassol, or in patients' homes in all cities and villages of Cyprus."