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New partnership boosts cancer support services

New partnership boosts cancer support services

Young people impacted by cancer can expect a brighter future thanks to a new partnership between Southbank’s Langham Hotel and My Room Children’s Cancer Charity.

The Langham, Melbourne is joining forces with The Room, which is recognised and respected for its work in improving the lives of young cancer patients.

My Room Children’s Cancer Charity is a volunteer-led organisation passionately dedicated to supporting children and families affected by cancer, with a primary focus on childhood cancer.

Langham Melbourne said the collaboration showed its unwavering commitment to making a positive impact within the community.

The partnership will offer several services, which include Fountain of Hope Coin Donations, Afternoon Tea Fundraiser, and gift donations.

It aims to raise funds and awareness for My Room’s noble cause and Langham Hotel’s commitment to making a difference in the lives of children suffering from cancer.

Langham Melbourne and My Room rely on donors to support programs that aid families, provide clinical care, and support research and trials.

My Room Children’s Cancer Charity CEO Margaret Zita applauded The Langham for its willingness to collaborate and elevate the importance of cancer support services.

“We are truly grateful to The Langham, Melbourne for joining hands with us in the fight against childhood cancer. This partnership will undoubtedly make a significant difference in the lives of young cancer patients and their families, and we look forward to achieving key milestones together as we work towards a 100 per cent cure rate for all childhood cancers,” Ms Zita said.

The Langham’s marketing regional director Andre Jacques said partnerships were a powerful force for bringing communities closer.

“At The Langham, Melbourne, we believe in the power of community and are deeply committed to supporting dedicated charities,” he said. •

For more information: myroom.com.au

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