Sei hello to Pinktober

By Deidre Fanene ,

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The initiative aims to help the Samoa Cancer Society raise awareness for Cancer – and much needed funds to continue its work.

The initiative aims to help the Samoa Cancer Society raise awareness for Cancer – and much needed funds to continue its work.

As part of the Pinktober Campaign, the Samoa Cancer Society organised a Sei Pua Day together with its partners.

Held at Bluesky Matafele, many people were seen supporting the campaign by wearing pink and purchasing artificial sei pua or fresh puas.

The initiative aims to help the Samoa Cancer Society raise awareness for Cancer – and much needed funds to continue its work. 

The initiative aims to help the Samoa Cancer Society raise awareness for Cancer – and much needed funds to continue its work.
The initiative aims to help the Samoa Cancer Society raise awareness for Cancer – and much needed funds to continue its work.
The initiative aims to help the Samoa Cancer Society raise awareness for Cancer – and much needed funds to continue its work.
The initiative aims to help the Samoa Cancer Society raise awareness for Cancer – and much needed funds to continue its work.
The initiative aims to help the Samoa Cancer Society raise awareness for Cancer – and much needed funds to continue its work.
The initiative aims to help the Samoa Cancer Society raise awareness for Cancer – and much needed funds to continue its work.
The initiative aims to help the Samoa Cancer Society raise awareness for Cancer – and much needed funds to continue its work.
The initiative aims to help the Samoa Cancer Society raise awareness for Cancer – and much needed funds to continue its work.
The initiative aims to help the Samoa Cancer Society raise awareness for Cancer – and much needed funds to continue its work.
The initiative aims to help the Samoa Cancer Society raise awareness for Cancer – and much needed funds to continue its work.
The initiative aims to help the Samoa Cancer Society raise awareness for Cancer – and much needed funds to continue its work.
The initiative aims to help the Samoa Cancer Society raise awareness for Cancer – and much needed funds to continue its work.

The Miss Samoa Alumni was seen going around town selling seis as well as the Miss Samoa Papalii Alexandra Iakopo.

Here are some photos from the day.

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