Businco Hospital: Palazzo Doglio hosts the fundraising aperitif
Palazzo Doglio, Summer Mode, and Synergy Women join forces to support the Businco Hospital in Cagliari with fundraising intended to finance the purchase of the last generation mammograph.
The successful event Un mammografo per il Bunisco, an important fundraiser in support of the Businco hospital in Cagliari, was launched by Palazzo Doglio, a luxury hotel just a few minutes from the historic center of the ancient city of Casteddu, and Summer Mode, the brand of solidarity jewelry, in collaboration with the ONLUS ASF – women’s Synergy Association.
The project for the Businco Oncology Hospital in Cagliari started on Wednesday, 30th of September 2020, with a solidarity aperitif held in the beautiful Doglio Court, the heart of the luxury hotel just 400 meters from the charming marina of Via Roma and not far from the historic districts of Cagliari.
A special event of which proceeds were donated to the Businco hospital through the crowdfunding platform Rete al Dono, officially presented during the evening available for a 90 euro contribution per person.
The campaign aims to raise the necessary funds for the purchase of the Mammomat Revelation as soon as possible, a mammography machine with tomosynthesis of the latest generation whose cost is € 168,000.
The mammograph, launched by Siemens in 2018, has the largest acquisition angle on the market and a high number of projections that guarantee the high diagnostic quality, very low ionizing radiation, and comfort for women.
A mammograph for the Bunisco, represents the first move of an initiative focusing on the protection of the health and well-being of women in Sardinia.
The purchase of the machinery will complement the existing equipment, helping the Businco hospital to significantly reduce the long waiting times for an examination that continues to be the most effective tool for the early detection of breast cancer.
Because of the valuable contribution on behalf of the guests who attended the evening held at Palazzo Doglio, 6,000 euros were raised, an important amount which is added to another 5,605 euros from voluntary donations made by credit card, Paypal and bank transfer through the website www.retedeldono.it/it/progetti/asf/un-mammografo-per-il-businco.
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The guests who took part in the evening of Wednesday, September 30th, 2020, the aperitif with finger food organized at Palazzo Doglio, also received the exclusive “Necklace Doglio” in silver, bathed in pink gold, entirely designed and made by Summer Mode in limited edition for the event.
Summer Mode is a brand of solidarity jewelry since spring 2012, in support of the oncology group Embrace a Dream. Rings, earrings, bracelets, and necklaces are made of Italian silver 925, hypoallergenic and nickel free with gold and rose gold galvanic wettings. The jewelry can be purchased at the Rinascente Cagliari, the Rinascente Milano Duomo, or on the summermode.it web-site.
To support the fundraising campaign in favor of the Businco Hospital in Cagliari, organized by Palazzo Doglio and Summer Mode, the Synergy Women’s Association ONLUS was created to support and promote the diagnostic research and treatment of breast cancer through the organization of conferences involving both oncology specialists, breast doctors and meetings that turn the spotlight on to the health and well-being of women. In addition to this, the association works to implement and support medical research projects, encourage the updating of specialists in the field of oncology, and encourage clinical research in this field.
The non-profit organization’s goal is to “create in Sardinia a multi-specialist breast unit, to offer women a high-quality health facility, which meets the clinical care and relational needs related to breast disease and ensure an adequate path of diagnosis and treatment”.
Synergy Women also offers assistance to people affected by cancer, they organize in collaboration with other associations: meetings, workshops, and projects to involve those who have been affected by the disease so that they can live a full and dignified life.
According to the statutes of the non-profit organization, the association is “open to the contribution of all those who voluntarily and in free form, wish to make their skills and their time available to the community”.