Yorkshire Cancer Research is our chosen Christmas Charity!

Posted On December 6, 2017 By Leave your thoughts

Here at AB Print, we like to acknowledge all our customers for utilising our specialist print services. This Christmas, we are proud to announce that AB Print are sponsoring a trusted customer and a great cause, Yorkshire Cancer Research.

In Yorkshire, there is a higher mortality rate from cancer than that of any other county in the country, and as a result Yorkshire Cancer Research have set a goal to ensure by 2025, that 2000 more patients in the region survive cancer year on year. This can only be achieved through donations from partners, businesses and communities around Yorkshire, and AB Print are repaying Yorkshire Cancer Research’s challenging work by further supporting them this Christmas.

Should you wish to follow us in donating to this fantastic cause, the easiest method is to use the charity website; https://yorkshirecancerresearch.org.uk/oneoffdonation/.

As opposed to the traditional Christmas card, AB Print and Yorkshire Cancer Research would like to encourage businesses around the region to decorate their offices using this Christmas poster.

Yorkshire cancer research

The more donations Yorkshire Cancer Research receive, the more the charity will be able to fund ground-breaking research and treatment. 

Yorkshire Cancer Research is the region’s very own cancer charity, helping the people of Yorkshire avoid, survive and cope with cancer. It is the only charity dedicated to addressing specific cancer problems in Yorkshire, by funding research projects right here in our region. Visit www.ycr.org.uk to find out more about this fantastic Yorkshire charity. For examples of how Yorkshire Cancer Research have impacted lives in the region, visit: https://yorkshirecancerresearch.org.uk/thankyou/.

AB Print would like to wish Yorkshire Cancer Research every success in their commitment to such a great cause, and we look forward to continuing to work with them in the future.

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