Move for charity makes donation to The Children’s Cancer Society

Data Respons Solutions is a health aware and health promoting company that encourages and enables exercise and physical activity for all employees whether it be at or outside the workplace.

Last year, after 14 years of systematically following up, promoting and encouraging exercise, we decided to up the ante and established Move for Charity, where we exercise for something greater than ourselves and for the benefit of others. For every hour our employees exercise, Data Respons Solutions makes a donation to a charity of their choice.

This year our employees have made a NOK 34 600 donation to The Children’s Cancer Society.

About The Children’s Cancer Society

The Children’s Cancer Society is a nationwide volunteer organisation run by the parents of children who have had or still have cancer.

Each year, about 180 children aged 0–18 in Norway develop some form of cancer. The Children’s Cancer Society has approximately 1 600 family members and approximately 2 600 support members and initiate programs and activities together with government authorities and hospitals to improve the rights and conditions of children with cancer and their families.

The Childrens Cancer Society works extensively with information about childhood cancer that they share with families, kindergartens, schools and others. They also own apartments near regional hospitals that are available to the families of children being treated at these hospitals.

Would you like to know more about The Childrens Cancer Society, or do you want to support them to?
Visit The Children’s Cancer Society website

«Thank you so much for your efforts and support through Move for Charity.
What sporty people you are! The money you have raised is truly a gift for the future and a gift that takes us one step closer to our goal that no child should die of cancer. Thanks to generous contributors such as yourself, several millions are given each year for research on children’s cancer, research that saves lives. »

Camilla Hobøl Korsæth, The Children’s Cancer Society

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