Charity Partner - Look Good Feel Better As part of her commitment to give back and do more, SKY and LIVI will donate $100 from every diamond sale to our charity partner, Look Good Feel Better.
What does LGFB stand for?
LGFB stands for Look Good Feel Better (Cancer public sevice program)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A spokeswoman for the Look Good Feel Better national cancer charity said: "Finding out you have cancer in any form can be life-changing, and the added stress of the appearance-related side effects of treatment can be demoralising and very hard to cope with.
Look Good Feel Better offers hair and beauty advice and workshops for women undergoing cancer treatment.
Charity Look Good Feel Better provided a free beauty session at Queen Elizabeth Hospital's postgraduate centre as part of its regular calendar of events at medical centres across the Midlands and beyond.
The diversity on offer was impressive, with stalls including the Hawke's Bay Endometriosis Support Group, Dove Hawke's Bay, Strengthening Families, the cancer support group Look Good Feel Better, cervical screening, Breast Screen Aotearoa, Work and Income, Plunket, the Pacific community and the Maori Women's Welfare League.
It's Annette Finlay-Price's job to make women with cancer feel better about themselves with pampering and make-up sessions run through an organisation called Look Good Feel Better.
Look Good Feel Better - a community-based, free service that teaches female cancer patients beauty techniques to help restore their appearance and self-image during chemotherapy and radiation treatments.
The Look Good Feel Better scheme at Liverpool Royal Hospital is designed to help women come to terms with the side affects of treatment and is organised by the MacMillan nurses, from the Cancer Information and Support Service.