Category: Events

BUSTING MYTHS – THIS WORLD CANCER DAY

On World Cancer Day 2022, YouWeCan Foundation and Police Families Welfare Society (PFWS) held an awareness session ‘Let’s Talk Cancer’ on the importance of early and timely detection to fight

SOUNDING THE BELLS OF HOPE

It’s said that a smile is the greatest gift we can give someone else, and our team experienced this sense of fulfilment on Christmas as we did our bit to

CUPCAKES FOR YUVRAJ’S BIRTHDAY

The Cupcakes for Cancer initiative took a leap forward, as this dedicated team raised funds by selling 100 cupcakes. A big thank you to everyone involved in making this a

YUVIANS UNITE FOR A CAUSE!

It was a celebrations galore at Telangana where our YouWeCan family organized a variety of activities in honour of Yuvraj Singh’s birthday! Health checkup camps for 200+ beneficiaries with an

CODE BLUE – SHOOLINI UNIVERSITY

  Shoolini University in collaboration with YouWeCan, organized #CodeBlue Awareness – an effort to raise Prostrate Cancer awareness. Dr. Amitabh Singh was in attendance, alongside Shoolini staff and students. Everyone

SHOOLINI’S STRIDES AGAINST BREAST CANCER

In the spirit of Pink October, Shoolini University in collaboration with YouWeCan hosted a variety of awareness drives, student led programs and fundraising activities. Volunteers of YouWeCan in the University

CUPCAKES FOR CHARITY

Team YouWeCan, in association with AltF Coworking, Gurugram held an exclusive event on Breast Cancer Awareness on 13th October 2021. The purpose of this event was to disseminate information about

STUMP CANCER CRICKET TOURNAMENT

Did you ever wonder what’s common between cricket and cancer? Maybe, nothing. Well, if you think so, then you are highly mistaken. Because, at YouWeCan, we brought the two Cs

YouWeCan MILESTONE

Under our #Mission1000Beds initiative, YouWeCan Foundation has set up 50 Critical Care Unit (CCU) beds at the Government Medical College & Hospital in Srinagar and 50 Critical Care Unit (CCU)

PINK OCTOBER

Breast cancer remains a worldwide public health dilemma. Accounting for 508,000 deaths globally in 2011, a decade later — breast cancer has risen to become the most commonly occurring tumour