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For Every Quote - Its4women.ie Will Donate €1 To The Marie Keating Foundation

Its4women would like to offer you the chance to win a brilliant new Black Fiat 500 Pop Star 1.2 69hp

Its4women.ie have teamed up with Fiat Ireland and The Marie Keating Foundation, to offer you the chance to win a brilliant new Fiat 500 Pop Star worth €15,675! To enter the competition, simply "Get A Quote". It only takes a few minutes to complete so don't miss out! Features include:

  • 15” alloy wheels
  • Petrol 1.2 69HP
  • Crossover Black Pastel Paint
  • Leather Steering Wheel
  • 5" touchscreen Radio w/ Bluetooth, USB & Aux-in
  • Worth €15,675

For Every Quote - Its4women.ie Will Donate €1 To The Marie Keating Foundation.

Every euro raised will help The Marie Keating Foundation reach more people with life-saving cancer information and support services.

Please Get a Quote!

Six finalists will be chosen at random and invited to the grand finale at Dundrum Town Centre on Saturday 30th June, where one lucky winner will win the Fiat 500. The finalists will be announced weekly via its4women Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages. Click here for Terms and Conditions.

Its4women proudly supports our sponsored charity "The Marie Keating Foundation"

How the funds will help at The Marie Keating Foundation

For every quote, its4women.ie will donate €1 to The Marie Keating Foundation’s mobile information outreach services. These include:

Mobile information units

The Marie Keating Foundation has three purpose-built mobile information units which travel around Ireland to bring our life-saving messages of cancer prevention and early detection to as many people as possible, free of charge. The mobile information units are stocked with take-home information leaflets and packs on the various cancers.

Specialist nurses

Each mobile information unit is staffed by a specialist nurse, who visits community groups, workplaces, organisations and public places to bring cancer information straight into the heart of communities nationwide. The Marie Keating Foundation nurses can talk to people in a private area on board the unit about any concerns that they may have about cancer, either for themselves or for someone else such as a family member or friend.

Interactive Displays

Each mobile information unit has interactive displays such as Smokerlyzer® test to measure the carbon monoxide levels in your lungs (for smokers), Fizz to Fat which shows how sugary beverages can turn into body fat, and Fat Chunk models realistically represent the look and feel of fat inside the body.

The Marie Keating Foundation nurses also visit schools, colleges, workplaces and community centres to give presentations about cancer. These can be general presentations or bespoke for the audience. Topics include:

  • Your Health: Your Choice - how to reduce your cancer risk through healthy lifestyle choices
  • Men's health - an overview of common men's cancers and how men can reduce their cancer risk or spot cancer early
  • Women's health - an overview of common women's cancer and how women can reduce their cancer risk or spot cancer early
  • Breast cancer - risk factors, reducing your risk, checking your breasts
  • Cervical cancer - reducing your risk, smear tests, the HPV vaccine and signs and symptoms of cervical cancer
  • Skin cancer - how to be SunSmart, how to spot skin cancer and monitor your moles and freckles
  • Survivorship - life after cancer and adjusting to the new normal

"We are so grateful to Its4women.ie for choosing the Marie Keating foundation as their charity to receive the funds from this exciting initiative which will raise much needed funds for our mobile outreach service."

If you would like one of the Mobile Information Units to visit your workplace, school, community centre, etc, please email Angela at info@mariekeating.ie or call her on 01 628 3726.