THE Supreme Court of Guyana has purchased over 300 bottles to be distributed to its staff in support of GTT’s Pinktober cancer awareness campaign and those battling cancer in Guyana
The Registrar of the Supreme Court of Guyana, Sueanna Lovell, explained that “in this way, we join the rest of the country and the world in celebrating survivors. This contribution will lend to the advancement of the Cause, since all of us have been touched by breast cancer specifically, or by cancer –the disease– as a whole; everyone knows someone who has been affected.”
Lovell also took the opportunity to thank those on the frontlines. She added, “The Chancellor of the Judiciary (ag), Chief Justice (ag) and the entire judiciary and staff of the Supreme Court wish to express our profound gratitude to those who are on the frontline of the battle against this dreaded disease and to salute those who are survivors giving inspiration to the rest of us. It is our hope that our small token of support would, in some way, help to advance awareness and treatment of breast cancer in Guyana.”
Diana Gittens, Pinktober Coordinator, expressed gratitude to the professionals of the court for their support of Pinktober 2020. She said, “this means a lot as it brings us even closer to our target of selling 8000 bottles before the end of October. Every purchase of a $1000 Pinktober bottle helps us to save lives.”
Throughout October, GTT has ramped up the awareness concerning cancer in Guyana. The company continues to raise funds to support those impacted by cancer and encourages the public to purchase a bottle at any of their retail stores, or online, and to make donations using mmg+ and merchant code 07693.