Clicks4Cancer launch Jan. 28 at 14th Avenue Pub

A volunteer group offers their time to photograph cancer patients and their immediate families

A new free service provided by professional photographers is launching Jan. 28 at the 14th Avenue Pub.

Clicks4Cancer.ca is a 44-person strong group who dedicate time to photograph cancer patients, regardless of their treatment level, and their immediate families.

The launch celebration starts at 7 p.m. and is a burger and brew, with a 50/50 draw, door and raffle prizes. Admission is $15, while raffle tickets are $2 each, or 10 for $15.

Funds raised at the Saturday event will be put towards marketing material for hospitals, cancer centres and doctors’ offices to bring awareness.

For more information call 604-217-6899, or send an e-mail to clicks4cancer@live.ca.

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