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Spreading the cheer of communication

This Christms the Cyprus Telecommunications Authority (Cyta) will not send lots of Santas out to run to raise funds for charity, it will make the annual fund raising event more fashionable with the sale of four designer tops.

The colour of this event is still red and the role of santa is still very important, but instead of organising a marathon, the authority has decided to mix things up a bit this year to raise funds for the Neonatal Hearing Screening Programme of the Centre for Preventive Paediatrics.

There will be singing, there will merry goings-on and there will be a very cheerful Santa Claus present at the Mall of Cyprus tomorrow from 11am until 4pm, where three well-known fashion designers – Efi Papaioannou, Anna Fakka and Ramona Philip – will be selling their specially designed tops for the cause at €25 each. This is truly a one of a kind Christmas present, whose purchase supports charity and spreads the word about the importance of communication.

The event will also host live links with popular radio producers, a Photobooth, and a guest appearance by everyone’s favourite Christmas hero – Santa himself. Children from the School for the Deaf will join the choir of the Hellenic Conservatory of Archangelos to perform – along with other Christmas carols – the song that was used in Cyta’s Christmas Wishes e-card.

To further raise funds for charity, during the month of December, Cyta will donate €1 from every sale of mobile phones and tablets that are sold at its Cytashops.

Share the Magic with Cyta
Three special deisigner tops will be on sale with more fun events to raise funds for the Centre for Preventive Paediatrics. December 9. The Mall of Cyprus, Nicosia. 11am-4pm. Tel: 77-776255

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