The British School of Almeria held a charity bottle sale to coincide with World Breast Cancer Day.
The event took place on the morning of the 19th October at the school, where parents, pupils and staff were able to visit the charity stand to purchase their bottle and deposit their donation in the charity box.
The aim of the sale was to raise funds to be donated in full to the GEICAM Association, the leading group in breast cancer research in Spain, which currently enjoys international prestige.
One of the main objectives of the GEICAM Association is to promote clinical, epidemiological and translational research, continuing medical education, and dissemination to provide information to those affected about treatments and their side effects, in order to promote their participation in clinical trials. In addition, since it was founded in 1995, GEICAM has carried out more than 100 studies in which more than 66,000 women and men have participated.
This type of solidarity action does not end with this donation. The British School of Almeria seeks to build alliances with organisations in need in order to collaborate and promote a spirit of real solidarity, which is undoubtedly a valuable educational tool that is present throughout the schooling of BSA students.