Oct 2011

LSBF in Singapore raises funds for Singapore Cancer Society

LSBF in Singapore raises funds for Singapore Cancer Society

To kick-start a fundraising campaign among its students, the London School of Business & Finance (LSBF) has installed a candy vending machine in the student's lounge and will donate all profits from the sales to the charity.

Elisabetta Ceragioli, LSBF Managing Director for South East Asia said: "LSBF has selected Singapore Cancer Society to be its charity beneficiary as it is an independent voluntary welfare organization. Their cause is both admirable and challenging as it solely depends on the public contributions and support to help improve the lives of many cancer patients. LSBF is proud to be one of its many supporters."

About LSBF in UK

London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) is a higher education institution offering postgraduate, undergraduate and professional programmes; in business, management, marketing, finance, law and accountancy, in the UK. The Institute attracts students from over 150 countries worldwide, and has presence across four major cities in the UK, Canada and now in Singapore.

About LSBF in Singapore

LSBF in Singapore is currently offering Preparatory Course for ACCA and English Courses. In three weeks from its official opening in June 2011, LSBF in Singapore had recruited more than 1,200 students with over 1,500 ACCA papers. There are currently more than 1,500 students studying at LSBF in Singapore.

About Singapore Cancer Society

Established in 1964, the Singapore Cancer Society is a self-funding voluntary health organisation dedicated to minimising the impact of cancer through public education, screening, patient services, financial assistance, research and advocacy. For the past 47 years, Singapore Cancer Society has helped countless needy patients and pushed the cancer cause in Singapore through its many programmes and services. For more information, please visit SingaporeCancerSociety.org.sg

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