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LifeCycle Challenge 2019 members receive new kit

Nestlé Malta’s Marketing and Corporate Communications Manager Alfred J. Borg presents a new cycling kit to a group of cyclists and back-up team members from LifeCycle Challenge on 2 June at the Nestlé Consumer Centre in Lija.

LifeCycle Foundation’s Gruelling Challenges Support Renal Patients in Malta

Alan Curry is the founder of LifeCycle (Malta) Foundation In 1999, my wife, Carmen, developed kidney failure and needed...
(source: Unsplash/Wayne Bishop)

LifeCycle Malta to organise fitness challenge ‘Sufferfest’

LifeCycle Malta Foundation will hold its “Sufferfest” fitness challenge to showcase the difficulties cyclists of the LifeCycle Challenge go through during their tour into Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia in September.

The challenge of making cancer therapies accessible to all patients

Amin Farah is the chief Executive officer at Pharmacare Premium Ltd, a pharmaceutical manufacturing company located in Hal Far, dedicated to the...

Nestlé Malta reassures LifeCycle (Malta) Foundation of its continued support

Nescafé, on behalf of Nestlé Malta, has re-confirmed its sponsorship agreement of the LifeCycle Challenge, as LifeCycle (Malta) Foundation decided to postpone...
(source: Lifecycle Challenge media)

LifeCycle supports renal patients on Lourdes Pilgrimage

Thirteen patients accompanied by two medical doctors, four renal nurses and two priests joined the pilgrimage to Lourdes, supported by LifeCycle (Malta) Foundation for the ninth consecutive year in 2019.
From left: Nestlé Senior Category Manager Charlene Ellul, Alfred J. Borg, Giuliana Isolani, Alan Curry, Minister Dr Cardona flanked by some of the LifeCyclists. (source: Nestlé media)

Nescafé 3in1 supports Life Cycle Challenge 2019 with €35,000

Nestlé donated €35,000 to the Nescafé Life Cycle Challenge, supporting a new research programme of kidney disease at the University of Malta with €25,000, and supporting the Renal Unit Support Health Hub (RUSH) with €10,000.

LifeCycle renews sponsorship for Traccia software

LifeCycle (Malta) Foundation is renewing its sponsorship agreement with the Ministry for Health for the third consecutive year for Traccia software solution...

LifeCycle charity event raises €1,142

Charity event LifeCycle Challenge 2019 raises €1,142 for patients suffering from end-stage renal disease. The event was held at University of Malta Msida Campus and in Valletta. The title sponsor of the event was Nescafé 3in1.

LifeCycle charity event comes to University of Malta and Valletta

The LifeCycle Foundation Malta will hold two charity events to inspire people of all ages to raise money by cycling for patients suffering from end-stage renal disease.

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