Once again, Bravehearts is launching The Tour of Hope 2011. Bravehearts in its effort to raise awareness on cervical cancer prevention through this annual fundraising event. TTOH aims to conduct lectures for cervical cancer prevention programs in the municipalities and cities covered in the tour.
What is The Tour of Hope 2011?
The Tour of Hope or TTOH is a biking event spearheaded by GlaxoSmithKline Philipines and the UP Cancer Institute Foundation’s Cervical Cancer Prevention in partnership with Team David’s Salon, an all woman sports team.
The Tour of Hope is an annual fund raising event of Bravehearts, a non-profit organization initially led by the Cervical Cancer Prevention Network (CECAP) for the Cancer Institute Foundation (CIF).
The Tour of Hope is the largest anti-cervical cancer biking tour in the country. Supporters from the public and private sectors help fund the program to be able to provide free cervical cancer vaccinations in different provinces in the Philippines.
The Tour of Hope 2011 itinerary will start from TriNoma in Quezon City on May 28, 2011 and will include these following provinces:
- First stop: Tarlac City, Tarlac.
- San Fernando, La Union
- Vigan City, Ilocos Sur
- Laoag City, Ilocos Norte
- Laoag to Paoay
Abbygale Arenas-de Leon, president of Bravehearts said “I’d like to encourage everyone to help save Filipinas from cervical cancer by supporting and being a part of The Tour of Hope. Not only is it great for your health, your participation will help prevent this disease from claiming more lives.”
For The Tour of Hope 2011 – 500: Going the eXtra Mile Against Cervical Cancer, Bravehearts worked with the following companies: Philippine Seven Corporation (7-Eleven), Mcdonald’s, Columbia, Primer Group of Companies, Sweet Bella, TriNoma Mall, Gatorade, Pioneer Insurance and EON Stakeholder Relations Firm.
The organization has held successful seminars and projects with the help of its partner organizations and companies.
Bravehearts is also a proud partner of the following public and private organizations – Cervical Cancer Prevention Network of the Philippines (CECAP), The Cancer Institute Foundation Inc. (CIF), GlaxoSmithKline, David’s Salon, The 3000 Club of the Philippines, Francis Magalona Clothing Company (FMCC), Maldita, Loalde, Fitflops, Personi-fi Image Studio, Islands Souvenirs, Belle De Jour (BDJ), Bisaya Ispesyal, Quota International, Medical Observer, Josiah’s Catering and GeiserMaclang.