Young cancer patients to benefit from Alon Group shop campaign

Young cancer patients to

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December 15, 2009 11:14

 
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Through December, donations will be collected at the Alon Group's Mega, Alonit and AM:PM stores to make dreams come true for children suffering from cancer through the Bigger Than Life (Gedolim Meihahaim) organization. Customers are being asked to contribute NIS 2 each for the project. The height of the campaign will be on Tuesday, when children with cancer attended a Hanukka party at the Mega Ba'ir supermarket at the Ayalon shopping center in Tel Aviv. Proceeds of the collections will go to buy cancer drugs and medical equipment that is not provided by the state as well as special events and experiences the children requested.

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