Teaching the community about melanoma is a high priority for MIA.
MIA’s annual awareness and fundraising initiative, Melanoma March, is embarking on a new initiative in 2017…Move for Melanoma.
Ricky Richards is paving the way to a future where no one dies from melanoma through its corporate social responsibility initiative.
National textiles supplier, Ricky Richards, is paving the way to a future where melanoma can be cured through its corporate social responsibility initiative.
Not everyone can do research. But one family is making a difference to the future of melanoma by supporting a young researcher at MIA.
When Alison Waugh turns 70 in July this year, her friends and family will be doing more than just celebrating a milestone birthday.
After losing her dear friend to melanoma, Sam decided that she wanted to do something about it.
A simple lemonade stand can make a difference to melanoma research.
Volunteering benefits not only the organisation but the individual.
Corporate partner Ricky Richards discusses their motivation for supporting MIA and how their team have benefitted.