We understand the importance of raising awareness of our mission via film and video and use this medium to promote our campaigns, as well as our overall mission. Please click on the links below and watch some of our best work and remember to share this on social media!
Our Medical Ambassador; Mr Siva Kumar is a consultant at the MASCU (Melanoma and Skin Cancer Unit) at Queen Victoria Hospital. Here he answers celebrity gardener, Andy Sturgeon’s questions about melanoma and sun protection as part of our Watch Your Back! campaign
Andy Sturgeon received a ‘Best in Show’ and a Gold medal at RHS 2017. This year he has joined forces with us to promote our Watch Your Back! campaign, giving gardens some sound advice on protection and early detection of melanoma.
Mr Samuel Orkar is the Lead Consultant in the MASCU (Melanoma and Skin Cancer Unit) at Queen Vitoria Hospital. Here he talks to Sky News on how men are at the highest risk to skin cancer due partly to their ‘too macho for sunscreen attitude.
As part of our Outdoor Kids Sun Safety Code intaitive, Nick Pierce, the Chief Medical Officer at the ECB joins a host of professional cricketers to urge coaches to ‘Blow the Whistle on Sunburn!’
We produced this video to promote the Outdoor Kids Sun Safety Code. It takes a look at how sun protection should be part of the overall safeguarding kit when it comes to sport. Grab your helmet, gloves, pads, shin guards and sunscreen!
Julia Bradbury joins us at the Royal Marsden for a skin check from Dr Louise Fearfield. Julia explains how she is vigilant about sun protection and early detection and how all skin types are vulnerable.
In 2013 Leeds United decided to row the English Channel for Melanoma, looking to raise £20k in the process. Here is the video we produced to promote the 10 hour challenge, encouraging donations and awareness.
The Youth Sports Trust is a partner in our Outdoor Kids Sun Safety Code imitative. Here they join forces with school children to promote the message that sun protection is important and why and how good habits should be passed down from outdoor activity leaders.
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