MYA—BAY for KickCancer
—Don't Skip Kids.
Join the fight.
MYA—BAY is once again partnering with the Belgian foundation KickCancer whose magnificent mission is to cure childhood cancer.
Together we have developed a limited edition, hand-woven bracelet for adults and children with the words « GIVE LOVE » written in fuchsia on an iridescent purple background.
GIVE A KICK to this cancer by supporting KickCancer with us. Every participation, whatever it is, counts. Give love, just LOVE.
All profits will be donated to KickCancer.
« I am so proud to support such a fight! The commitment of Delphine Heenen and her team to the fight against childhood cancer is particularly touching. I am happy to be able to contribute, through my creations, to the implementation of the foundation's programmes and actions.»
Sophie Johnen – Founder of MYA—BAY
« Giving love to friends, family and lovers makes the world a more beautiful place. But if, in addition, this gift can help children with cancer by funding research projects to help them heal more and heal better... Thank you to MYA—BAY for this wonderful, joyful and colourful collaboration, which supports KickCancer in the long term. »
Delphine Heenen – Founder of KickCancer
—DON'T SKIP KIDS. JOIN THE FIGHT.
Join us to also contribute to the fight against childhood cancer.
Buy a bracelet exclusively on our e-shop and all the profits from your purchase will be donated to the foundation to improve the daily lives of sick children and help the research of better treatments.
KickCancer is a young Belgian foundation with a wonderful purpose: to cure cancer for all children.
To find new treatments, to improve the existing ones and to kick children's cancer once and for all, to send it far, far away forever, and never come back!
In order to achieve this mission, KickCancer funds research for more effective and less toxic treatments in the hope of curing more children and avoid long-term sequelae caused by current treatments.
KickCancer also represents the interests of children to the government, as better regulations would stimulate research and development of new treatments and access to innovation for more children with cancer. Thanks to a patient committee that structurally allows young patients and their parents to make their voices heard, KickCancer directly influences the quality and direction of research projects as well as the care pathway of young patients and their families.