After the wonderful enthusiasm and participation of over 60 people from across Australia, we are excited to officially launch Deck the Halls performed by Australia's first-ever Head and Neck Cancer Virtual Choir.
We were thrilled that so many people from across the head and neck community joined us to help Raise the Voices of people living with Head and Neck Cancer. Many thanks to everyone who personally contributed whether it was singing, clapping, holding up a sign, playing an instrument or dancing. The joy expressed by everyone truly makes this performance incredibly special!
Of course, special thanks go to our choir team for leading, producing and supporting this ambitious endeavour - Darina Chakarova, Choir Conductor All Age Music, Alanna Bowen, Senior Speech Pathologist, Alanna Bowen Speech Pathology and Dillon Viranna, Mixing Engineer.
We hope you enjoy the performance as much as we do, and please remember to help us raise awareness by sharing the link with your family, friends or work colleagues.
As a community, we understand the critical importance of providing evidence based information, connection and support. For the 14 people newly diagnosed every day with a type of Head and Neck Cancer the information, resources, advocacy and support Head and Neck Cancer Australia (HANCA) provides is vital.
If you haven’t had an opportunity to donate to our Christmas Appeal yet, we encourage you to please give generously today. Donations $2 and over are tax deductible. .
HANCA is committed to supporting the head and neck cancer community and raising the voices of people living with Head and Neck Cancer but we can only do this with your support. Your donation enables us to engage and educate the Australian community as well as to empower people who are living with head and neck cancer. It will also help to strengthen our government advocacy efforts to secure dedicated funding to raise awareness and survivorship support for people living with Head and Neck Cancer.
Wishing everyone in the Head and Neck Cancer community all the very best for a happy and safe festive season ahead.
Head and Neck Cancer Australia