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Toronto, Oct 19 (Canadian-Media): MUKTA Advertising is excited to be promoting partner for the 2nd Annual Cancer Warrior Foundation Diwali Dinner and Dance Gala on November 2, 2018 at Apollo Convention Centre from 6:30 pm onwards, media reports said.
Cancer Warrior Foundation Canada (CWFC) headed by Navneet Sharma, the organization is trying to raise awareness for breast cancer in the South Asian community. CWFC plans to Celebrate Life with Lights and promises not only unique entertainment but also a special bond in the community that unites with breast cancer survivors, proving that love and faith can truly light up the place.
“The Master of ceremony is a man with super powers & contagious smile Tushar Unadkat, who will rock the evening with beautiful diva Amitha Jocie Mundenchira & Mr Jake Dheer will join too as icing on a cake,” testifies Navneet Sharma, Founder of CWFC.
Navneet Sharma, a well-known public figure in the South-Asian community is applauded for her stupendous dedication towards creating awareness about Breast Cancer. A financial advisor, TV Host and a mom of two lovely boys, Sharma represents a small proportion of those diagnosed with breast cancer – women under the age of 40. Sharma was diagnosed with cancer in January 2017, at the age of 36. While she has since fought and survived the battle, she hopes to provide motivational support for those who are going through this challenging journey.
Sharma talks effervescently about the event preparation that includes a special performance by breast cancer survivors, live singing, raffles and much more. "There is great energy in our office where we all meet and organize the event. I want to all of you to come to meet us and support a meaningful cause. Your support and love would mean so much those going through this deadly disease." she says.
In 2017, through her motivational speaking, social outreach, and fundraising event Cancer Warrior Canada Foundation raised over $18,000 with over 500+attendees.
Asper Canadian Cancer Society stats 1 in 8 women gets breast cancer in their lifetime. To eradicate this stigma of breast cancer we need to support the researches to save our future generations. Cancer Warrior in association with Bright Run supports breast cancer research at the Juravinski Cancer Centre and the Escarpment Cancer Research Institute both these research centers are associated with Hamilton Heath Sciences Foundation. In recent years there have been many improvements in the treatment and care of patients with breast cancer. However, there is still much more that needs to be done. Advancements are made based on the knowledge gained through research year by year.