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Cancer Society welcomes Quantum Printing as Local Hero partner

Cancer Society welcomes Quantum Printing as Local Hero partner

The Cancer Society team in Otago & Southland is thrilled to welcome Quantum Printing as their newest Local Hero partner. The partnership is a valuable alignment and a great way for Quantum Printing to support people with cancer.

Cancer affects 1 in 3 people and the Cancer Society is the leading non-government funded organisation dedicated to reducing the incidence of cancer and ensuring the best cancer care for everyone.  The Cancer Society offers a wide range of free services to help all people affected as the result of a cancer diagnosis including your staff if required. 

Every day the Cancer Society provides expert information services, counselling, nutritious meals, accommodation near hospitals, transport to treatment and much more. This partnership helps fund these cancer support services for people in our community, providing practical and meaningful assistance during some of the most challenging times in their lives.

Managing Director Danny Mastroianni said, “Quantum Print are passionate supporters of the community and became a Local Hero because we want to make a difference by helping the Cancer Society support people struggling with cancer in our community.”

About the Local Hero Programme

The Cancer Society is so thankful for every bit of support it receives. The Local Heroes Programme was set up to recognise businesses that make regular and generous payments. All it takes to be involved are payments starting from $500 (+GST) for two consecutive years to the Cancer Society of Otago and Southland.

  • Bronze Partner $500–$2,499
  • Silver Partner $2,500–$4,999
  • Gold Partner $5,000–$9,999
  • Platinum Partner $10,000+

The effects of cancer can be wide-reaching and devastating, but we can all take action to support those in the community. The Cancer Society helps people with cancer and their families/whānau understand more about their cancer, treatment options, and navigating the health care system. We have trained health care staff­ helping people in their homes and in their communities. Our team provides one-on-one support—we’re there when we are needed.

Become a Local Hero

If your business would like to become a Local Hero partner of the Cancer Society and support people with cancer in your community, please email localhero@cansoc.org.nz and we will be in touch.