Thursday, 26 July 2018





HERMES SUPPORT NATIONAL SKIN CANCER CHARITY ‘SKCIN’, WITH THE NATIONWIDE DELIVERY OF LIFE-SAVING RESOURCES.


National melanoma and skin cancer charity, Skcin are delighted to announce the charitable support of home delivery company Hermes UK. Handling over 300 million parcels each year on behalf of some of the UK’s largest online retailers, Hermes are giving their kind support to Skcin by delivering the charity’s life-saving awareness and educational resources on a complimentary basis, nationwide.

Skcin’s educational resources span 4 national accreditation programmes, supporting; primary schools, pre-schools, workplaces, the hair, health and beauty industry, as well as high demand from hospitals, dermatology departments, GP practices, health centres, supportive charities, and individuals raising awareness - right across the UK.

Marie Tudor, Business Development Manager at Skcin comments: “As the UK’s only melanoma and skin cancer charity, dedicated to prevention and early detection, Skcin produce an extensive library of resources to support us in meeting these key objectives. Education is key to influencing behaviours to prevent around 86% of all melanoma cases and by increasing our knowledge of how to detect skin cancer in its early stages, we can dramatically improve prognosis and save lives.

“Skcin relies on donations to fund our vital work with a large percentage used to develop, produce and of course deliver these resources that are making a huge impact and are integral to our success. To have this support from Hermes is a welcomed and hugely appreciated gesture of goodwill that will help us reduce our costs and plough any savings back in to the dedicated work we do.”

Nick Houghton, Head of UK and International at Hermes UK, said: “We’re proud to be able to support such a great cause by offering our market leading delivery services to Skcin. We have committed two years of support which will hopefully enable Skcin to continue their valuable work offering advice and support to schools, hospitals and workplaces.”

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