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Thursday, 24 October 2013

Jumia supports Breast Cancer Foundation with the Pink Week

JUMIA, Nigeria’s leading online retailer and this year’s World Retail Award Winner, partners with 234Give to support the International Cancer Month. A substantial percentage of proceedings made during the Pink Week are given to the “Breast Cancer Foundation of Nigeria: BRECAN”.


JUMIA partners with 234Give by creating The Pink Week - an initiative were JUMIA will be selling pink items, including books and fashion products, on the site with a campaign starting from October 23rd to October 30th. In addition to this JUMIA dedicates the last day to support the cause with over 500 staffs wearing pink to honor the breast cancer month as well as the JUMIA Pink Week. Continue




234Give is an online fundraising platform that enables people who are passionate about raising money for charitable causes the means to connect with donors and raise money securely online. Sola Fatoba, CEO, 234give: “We are pleased to be partnering with JUMIA on its Pink Week. This partnership will support JUMIA's mission to create more awareness and raise funds for breast cancer.”



Jeremy Hodara, co-founder, Africa Internet Holding: “JUMIA in partnership with 234Give will support the cause and create awareness about breast cancer through its website and other marketing channels. As part of JUMIA’s way of giving back to the society and also to support the Breast Cancer cause, JUMIA is giving a percentage of proceedings made during the Pink Week to a notable charity in Nigeria: ‘Breast Cancer Foundation of Nigeria BRECAN’.”


Click Here to Shop From Jumia’s Pink Week Selection, to help Raise Funds.

22 comments:

Nazzy said...

Good one....

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Nomsy said...

Hmm

Anonymous said...

Big Office

adeyilola adetola said...

So nice of them. Make them sha come sponsor my own music career. I gastto blow mehn...

Emmanuel Ayeni said...

Interesting! this is a good Example from JUMIA, Thumbs up!

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Am not a happy customer of jumia so I won't be bothered with anything dat concern them.

Anonymous said...

Dis is nice, others should emulate Jumia

e bonto said...

Okay nau,support and advertisement 4 their product. Give 2 d right,take from d left.

Anonymous said...

@lindaikeji u wicked o,u knw fit folow me since al dz decades

Anonymous said...

Very gud indeed!

Anonymous said...

Linda step up your game hanhan it's taking you two days to upload comments.i know you won't upload this cos nigerians lack the spirit of accepting constructive criticism..

debbie solomon said...

Cool

Thelma said...

Linda where are yu???

Adejohnson said...

Nice innovation.


read interesting gist and entertainment

Anonymous said...

Lindy u dey mad ni no update on any news since watapn na

Anonymous said...

That's good

Nomsy said...

Linda since yesterday I ve nt seen any new newz here ooo,I guess something is wrong........pls help

Moahemd Samir said...

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e3050.com said...

good, and also in Egypt we have e3050.com who does the same.

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