Interactive workshops and fun recreational activities for young people are all on the agenda with Bloomhill Cancer Care and CanTeen Queensland teaming up for a special event in June.
The inaugural Come, Meet, Try day on Saturday June 16th has been designed specifically for Sunshine Coast families and young people living with cancer.
From 10am to 4pm there is a full and fun program taking place at Bloomhill’s centre in Buderim with teens, young adults and parents all invited to take part.
With CanTeen’s mission to support, develop and empower young people living with cancer and Bloomhill’s role to support people of all ages on the Sunshine Coast to live well with cancer there is a great synergy, which is a strong reason for the two joining forces.
Bloomhill Clinical Services Manager Trish Wilson welcomed the opportunity to partner with CanTeen and said she was thrilled with the program developed in collaboration with CanTeen State Manager Qld David Sloan and his team.
“The day has been designed around support, friendship and fun along with showing people exactly what support is available to them here on the Sunshine Coast,” Ms Wilson said.
“There will be information sessions, team building workshops in a fun format and a really special recreational activity to enjoy, as well as delicious refreshments and lunch.”
The day is open to anyone on the Sunshine Coast living with cancer, particularly where there are young people aged 12-25. They could be children of parents living with cancer, or siblings.
To register for the event, head to this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XGWZDHL
For any further inquiries, contact Bloomhill on 07 5445 5794 or CanTeen on 07 3108 1444