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Samsung Supports Breast Cancer Charities
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Das habe ich gefunden, weil auf den Verpackungen von Handys auf die Unterstützung hingewiesen wird:

"Samsung Supports Breast Cancer Charities"

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Actress Olivia Grant attended the Samsung Pink Ribbon gala dinner to advocate awareness of the cause. Coming from a family of breast cancer sufferers, she feels it’s extremely important to help spread the word about the fight against breast cancer.

She tells t5m that she’s inspired by those who have overcome breast cancer, and (usually) wears the badge in support. Olivia hopes that more corporations follow in Samsung’s footsteps by investing and involving themselves in breast cancer research and awareness projects....  More
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“In her struggle for life, it was very beautiful to see the strength that she had.”

A staggering 1 in 8 women in Holland will get breast cancer. Quinty tells us that corporate donations are key to inspire others to donate, but also that as well as money, it’s awareness that we need across the board....  More
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Excited about the evening’s performances by Beverley Knight and Kelly Rowland, she talks about music inspiring awareness, and the importance of artists contributing to the cause.

She tells t5m how breast cancer can happen to, “Anyone, any lifestyle, at anytime,” and how each person can do their part to help in the fight against breast cancer....  More
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Hala shares her personal story of defeating breast cancer, and five years after being diagnosed, becoming President of the Susan G. Komen foundation.

She explains how Susan G. Komen provided a sense of comfort and security during her treatment, and how she hopes to inspire that in other women....  More
November 13th, 2008 | No Comments
Samsung gives $3 million to breast cancer charities
Charity VIPs, celebrities, and those with inspiring stories to tell attended the Samsung Pink Ribbon Gala Dinner to celebrate Samsung’s generous $3 million donation to Breast Cancer Charities.

The event, held at the Sheraton Park Lane, included speeches, dinner, and a silent auction, as well as headlining performances by soul sensations Beverley Knight and Kelly Rowland, who both spoke to us about their beliefs in music inspiring change and boosting morale.

We spoke to guest Jerry Hall, whose sister defeated breast cancer, as well as Caroline Monk, who was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 25, and has since overcome the disease...  More
November 13th, 2008 | No Comments
Franziska Knuppe at Samsung Pink Ribbon gala
Model Franziska Knuppe represents Germany in the fight against breast cancer at the Samsung Pink Ribbon gala dinner. She speaks to t5m about the importance of women self-testing themselves every month.

She shares her personal experience with a mother-in-law struggling with breast cancer and remembers that the fight is hard but to help keep women alive and wonderful is worth the battle.

Franziska works for breast cancer awareness in Germany handing brochures and self-test guides out on the street, and explains to women the necessity of fighting for a cure....  More
November 11th, 2008 | No Comments
Heather Small: Music as a healer
British soul sensation, Heather Small speaks to t5m at the Samsung Pink Ribbon gala dinner about her humbling experiences with breast cancer. She comments on using status to send a positive message about breast cancer awareness, and promises to champion any cause that does that.

As a singer, Heather believes that, “music in itself can be mind altering.” That it can make you forget about the world, and is a great healer as well. She was very excited for the inspiring performances given by Kelly Rowland and Beverley Knight later in the evening....  More
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Henry, whose relations to breast cancer, like anyone’s unfortunate enough to have experienced it, have touched close to his heart. Two close friends have been diagnosed in the last six months and he implores that people should never ever stop giving....  More
November 10th, 2008 | No Comments
Olivia Grant advocates awareness
Actress Olivia Grant attended the Samsung Pink Ribbon gala dinner to advocate awareness of the cause. Coming from a family of breast cancer sufferers, she feels it’s extremely important to help spread the word about the fight against breast cancer.

She tells t5m that she’s inspired by those who have overcome breast cancer, and (usually) wears the badge in support. Olivia hopes that more corporations follow in Samsung’s footsteps by investing and involving themselves in breast cancer research and awareness projects....  More
November 10th, 2008 | No Comments
Caroline Feraday pleased by Samsung's donation
Broadcaster and close friend to Caroline Monk, Caroline Feraday tells t5m about sticking with her friend through illness.

“All of us know someone that’s been affected by breast cancer, what they go through with that, and how people fight it.”

She understands the pile-up of not only the large challenges and expenses in treatment, but the small ones that are just as hard to face.

She comments on the moral and social responsibility of corporations to donate to charity in effort to inspire others to do the same, and welcomes a surprise in learning of Samsung’s tremendous donation to breast cancer....  More
November 10th, 2008 | No Comments
Caroline Monk campaigns for glamour
Broadcast presenter and Pink ribbon ambassador, Caroline Monk, speaks to t5m at the Samsung Pink Ribbon Gala dinner. Caroline, a columnist for Closer Magazine, was diagnosed with breast cancer at 35, and has overcome the disease.
Now, she tells us of her work on Caroline’s Campaign, which as a collaborative effort with Toni & Guy, travels around the UK making women with breast cancer and going through chemo look glamorous and feel fabulous. Her effort is to raise esteem and morale for those worst affected.

Caroline’s bright personality also comments on the generosity and necessity of corporate donations in a time when...  More
November 7th, 2008 | No Comments
Quinty Trustfull as Pink Ribbon's Netherlands Ambassador
TV presenter, Quinty Trustfull, is the Netherlands Ambassador for Pink Ribbon. She represented the cause at the Samsung Pink Ribbon Gala dinner. She tells t5m her inspirational story of watching her mother battle breast cancer and her motivation to fight for a cure.

“In her struggle for life, it was very beautiful to see the strength that she had.”

A staggering 1 in 8 women in Holland will get breast cancer. Quinty tells us that corporate donations are key to inspire others to donate, but also that as well as money, it’s awareness that we need across the board....  More
November 7th, 2008 | No Comments
Susie Amy supports research and awareness
Actress Susie Amy was out to support  breast cancer awareness at the Samsung Pink Ribbon Gala dinner last night at the Sheraton Park Lane. Her belief is that emphasis and funds should be spread through research, awareness, and support for those affected.

Excited about the evening’s performances by Beverley Knight and Kelly Rowland, she talks about music inspiring awareness, and the importance of artists contributing to the cause.

She tells t5m how breast cancer can happen to, “Anyone, any lifestyle, at anytime,” and how each person can do their part to help in the fight against breast cancer....  More
November 7th, 2008 | No Comments
Samsung Supports Breast Cancer Charities Competition
Coming soon!
Go to our competitions section to see what else we have going on on t5m.
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Jerry Hall shows her support for Pink Ribbon
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Hala shares her personal story of defeating breast cancer, and five years after being diagnosed, becoming President of the Susan G. Komen foundation.

She explains how Susan G. Komen provided a sense of comfort and security during her treatment, and how she hopes to inspire that in other women....  More
November 13th, 2008 | No Comments
Samsung gives $3 million to breast cancer charities
Charity VIPs, celebrities, and those with inspiring stories to tell attended the Samsung Pink Ribbon Gala Dinner to celebrate Samsung’s generous $3 million donation to Breast Cancer Charities.

The event, held at the Sheraton Park Lane, included speeches, dinner, and a silent auction, as well as headlining performances by soul sensations Beverley Knight and Kelly Rowland, who both spoke to us about their beliefs in music inspiring change and boosting morale.

We spoke to guest Jerry Hall, whose sister defeated breast cancer, as well as Caroline Monk, who was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 25, and has since overcome the disease...  More
November 13th, 2008 | No Comments
Franziska Knuppe at Samsung Pink Ribbon gala
Model Franziska Knuppe represents Germany in the fight against breast cancer at the Samsung Pink Ribbon gala dinner. She speaks to t5m about the importance of women self-testing themselves every month.

She shares her personal experience with a mother-in-law struggling with breast cancer and remembers that the fight is hard but to help keep women alive and wonderful is worth the battle.

Franziska works for breast cancer awareness in Germany handing brochures and self-test guides out on the street, and explains to women the necessity of fighting for a cure....  More
November 11th, 2008 | No Comments
Heather Small: Music as a healer
British soul sensation, Heather Small speaks to t5m at the Samsung Pink Ribbon gala dinner about her humbling experiences with breast cancer. She comments on using status to send a positive message about breast cancer awareness, and promises to champion any cause that does that.

As a singer, Heather believes that, “music in itself can be mind altering.” That it can make you forget about the world, and is a great healer as well. She was very excited for the inspiring performances given by Kelly Rowland and Beverley Knight later in the evening....  More
November 10th, 2008 | No Comments
Henry Conway supports giving to pink ribbon
Henry Conway came to the Samsung Pink Ribbon gala dinner to show his support in the fight against breast cancer.

Henry, whose relations to breast cancer, like anyone’s unfortunate enough to have experienced it, have touched close to his heart. Two close friends have been diagnosed in the last six months and he implores that people should never ever stop giving....  More
November 10th, 2008 | No Comments
Olivia Grant advocates awareness
Actress Olivia Grant attended the Samsung Pink Ribbon gala dinner to advocate awareness of the cause. Coming from a family of breast cancer sufferers, she feels it’s extremely important to help spread the word about the fight against breast cancer.

She tells t5m that she’s inspired by those who have overcome breast cancer, and (usually) wears the badge in support. Olivia hopes that more corporations follow in Samsung’s footsteps by investing and involving themselves in breast cancer research and awareness projects....  More
November 10th, 2008 | No Comments
Caroline Feraday pleased by Samsung's donation
Broadcaster and close friend to Caroline Monk, Caroline Feraday tells t5m about sticking with her friend through illness.

“All of us know someone that’s been affected by breast cancer, what they go through with that, and how people fight it.”

She understands the pile-up of not only the large challenges and expenses in treatment, but the small ones that are just as hard to face.

She comments on the moral and social responsibility of corporations to donate to charity in effort to inspire others to do the same, and welcomes a surprise in learning of Samsung’s tremendous donation to breast cancer....  More
November 10th, 2008 | No Comments
Caroline Monk campaigns for glamour
Broadcast presenter and Pink ribbon ambassador, Caroline Monk, speaks to t5m at the Samsung Pink Ribbon Gala dinner. Caroline, a columnist for Closer Magazine, was diagnosed with breast cancer at 35, and has overcome the disease.
Now, she tells us of her work on Caroline’s Campaign, which as a collaborative effort with Toni & Guy, travels around the UK making women with breast cancer and going through chemo look glamorous and feel fabulous. Her effort is to raise esteem and morale for those worst affected.

Caroline’s bright personality also comments on the generosity and necessity of corporate donations in a time when...  More
November 7th, 2008 | No Comments
Quinty Trustfull as Pink Ribbon's Netherlands Ambassador
TV presenter, Quinty Trustfull, is the Netherlands Ambassador for Pink Ribbon. She represented the cause at the Samsung Pink Ribbon Gala dinner. She tells t5m her inspirational story of watching her mother battle breast cancer and her motivation to fight for a cure.

“In her struggle for life, it was very beautiful to see the strength that she had.”

A staggering 1 in 8 women in Holland will get breast cancer. Quinty tells us that corporate donations are key to inspire others to donate, but also that as well as money, it’s awareness that we need across the board....  More
November 7th, 2008 | No Comments
Susie Amy supports research and awareness
Actress Susie Amy was out to support  breast cancer awareness at the Samsung Pink Ribbon Gala dinner last night at the Sheraton Park Lane. Her belief is that emphasis and funds should be spread through research, awareness, and support for those affected.

Excited about the evening’s performances by Beverley Knight and Kelly Rowland, she talks about music inspiring awareness, and the importance of artists contributing to the cause.

She tells t5m how breast cancer can happen to, “Anyone, any lifestyle, at anytime,” and how each person can do their part to help in the fight against breast cancer....  More
November 7th, 2008 | No Comments
Samsung Supports Breast Cancer Charities Competition
Coming soon!
Go to our competitions section to see what else we have going on on t5m.
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The star-studded Samsung Pink Ribbon Gala dinner celebrated a donation of $3 million from Samsung to ambassadors from Breast Cancer Charities across 17 European countries.
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Samsung gives $3 million to breast cancer charities
 
Samsung gives $3 million to breast cancer charities
November 13th, 2008

...  More
Related across:
this channel
t5m
Susie Amy supports research and awareness
Jerry Hall shows her support for Pink Ribbon
Olivia Grant advocates awareness
Beverley Knight and Kelly Rowland showing their support
Vanessa Feltz sees results with breast cancer awareness
Samsung Pink Ribbon Gala Dinner
Quinty Trustfull as Pink Ribbon's Netherlands Ambassador
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President of Susan G. Komen speaks to t5m
President & CEO of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Hala Moddelmog tells her inspirational and touching stories to t5m. Susan G. Komen for the Cure is global leader in the movement to end breast cancer forever.

Hala shares her personal story of defeating breast cancer, and five years after being diagnosed, becoming President of the Susan G. Komen foundation.

She explains how Susan G. Komen provided a sense of comfort and security during her treatment, and how she hopes to inspire that in other women....  More
November 13th, 2008 | No Comments
Samsung gives $3 million to breast cancer charities
Charity VIPs, celebrities, and those with inspiring stories to tell attended the Samsung Pink Ribbon Gala Dinner to celebrate Samsung’s generous $3 million donation to Breast Cancer Charities.

The event, held at the Sheraton Park Lane, included speeches, dinner, and a silent auction, as well as headlining performances by soul sensations Beverley Knight and Kelly Rowland, who both spoke to us about their beliefs in music inspiring change and boosting morale.

We spoke to guest Jerry Hall, whose sister defeated breast cancer, as well as Caroline Monk, who was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 25, and has since overcome the disease...  More
November 13th, 2008 | No Comments
Franziska Knuppe at Samsung Pink Ribbon gala
Model Franziska Knuppe represents Germany in the fight against breast cancer at the Samsung Pink Ribbon gala dinner. She speaks to t5m about the importance of women self-testing themselves every month.

She shares her personal experience with a mother-in-law struggling with breast cancer and remembers that the fight is hard but to help keep women alive and wonderful is worth the battle.

Franziska works for breast cancer awareness in Germany handing brochures and self-test guides out on the street, and explains to women the necessity of fighting for a cure....  More
November 11th, 2008 | No Comments
Heather Small: Music as a healer
British soul sensation, Heather Small speaks to t5m at the Samsung Pink Ribbon gala dinner about her humbling experiences with breast cancer. She comments on using status to send a positive message about breast cancer awareness, and promises to champion any cause that does that.

As a singer, Heather believes that, “music in itself can be mind altering.” That it can make you forget about the world, and is a great healer as well. She was very excited for the inspiring performances given by Kelly Rowland and Beverley Knight later in the evening....  More
November 10th, 2008 | No Comments
Henry Conway supports giving to pink ribbon
Henry Conway came to the Samsung Pink Ribbon gala dinner to show his support in the fight against breast cancer.

Henry, whose relations to breast cancer, like anyone’s unfortunate enough to have experienced it, have touched close to his heart. Two close friends have been diagnosed in the last six months and he implores that people should never ever stop giving....  More
November 10th, 2008 | No Comments
Olivia Grant advocates awareness
Actress Olivia Grant attended the Samsung Pink Ribbon gala dinner to advocate awareness of the cause. Coming from a family of breast cancer sufferers, she feels it’s extremely important to help spread the word about the fight against breast cancer.

She tells t5m that she’s inspired by those who have overcome breast cancer, and (usually) wears the badge in support. Olivia hopes that more corporations follow in Samsung’s footsteps by investing and involving themselves in breast cancer research and awareness projects....  More
November 10th, 2008 | No Comments
Caroline Feraday pleased by Samsung's donation
Broadcaster and close friend to Caroline Monk, Caroline Feraday tells t5m about sticking with her friend through illness.

“All of us know someone that’s been affected by breast cancer, what they go through with that, and how people fight it.”

She understands the pile-up of not only the large challenges and expenses in treatment, but the small ones that are just as hard to face.

She comments on the moral and social responsibility of corporations to donate to charity in effort to inspire others to do the same, and welcomes a surprise in learning of Samsung’s tremendous donation to breast cancer....  More
November 10th, 2008 | No Comments
Caroline Monk campaigns for glamour
Broadcast presenter and Pink ribbon ambassador, Caroline Monk, speaks to t5m at the Samsung Pink Ribbon Gala dinner. Caroline, a columnist for Closer Magazine, was diagnosed with breast cancer at 35, and has overcome the disease.
Now, she tells us of her work on Caroline’s Campaign, which as a collaborative effort with Toni & Guy, travels around the UK making women with breast cancer and going through chemo look glamorous and feel fabulous. Her effort is to raise esteem and morale for those worst affected.

Caroline’s bright personality also comments on the generosity and necessity of corporate donations in a time when...  More
November 7th, 2008 | No Comments
Quinty Trustfull as Pink Ribbon's Netherlands Ambassador
TV presenter, Quinty Trustfull, is the Netherlands Ambassador for Pink Ribbon. She represented the cause at the Samsung Pink Ribbon Gala dinner. She tells t5m her inspirational story of watching her mother battle breast cancer and her motivation to fight for a cure.

“In her struggle for life, it was very beautiful to see the strength that she had.”

A staggering 1 in 8 women in Holland will get breast cancer. Quinty tells us that corporate donations are key to inspire others to donate, but also that as well as money, it’s awareness that we need across the board....  More
November 7th, 2008 | No Comments
Susie Amy supports research and awareness
Actress Susie Amy was out to support  breast cancer awareness at the Samsung Pink Ribbon Gala dinner last night at the Sheraton Park Lane. Her belief is that emphasis and funds should be spread through research, awareness, and support for those affected.

Excited about the evening’s performances by Beverley Knight and Kelly Rowland, she talks about music inspiring awareness, and the importance of artists contributing to the cause.

She tells t5m how breast cancer can happen to, “Anyone, any lifestyle, at anytime,” and how each person can do their part to help in the fight against breast cancer....  More
November 7th, 2008 | No Comments
Samsung Supports Breast Cancer Charities Competition
Coming soon!
Go to our competitions section to see what else we have going on on t5m.
Samsung Supports Breast Cancer Charities
The star-studded Samsung Pink Ribbon Gala dinner celebrated a donation of $3 million from Samsung to ambassadors from Breast Cancer Charities across 17 European countries.
advertisement
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Re: Beverley Knight and Kelly Rowland showing their support
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Samsung Supports Breast Cancer Charities
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http://www.samsung.com/uk/aboutsamsung/corporateactivity/corpcitizenship/pinkribbon/CorporateVision.html

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SAMSUNG Electronics Europe supports the fight against Breast Cancer
As a Global Corporate Citizen, SAMSUNG firmly believes that it can help to make a lasting social contribution and help to make our customers lives a little happier.
Breast cancer charities across Europe face a constant battle to increase awareness and raise sufficient funding.
SAMSUNG reaches millions of people throughout the world by selling it's products and having a continuous presence in society. It aims to use this power to provide continuous and long-term support to breast cancer charities across Europe.
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