From the United States to Ghana, from Austria to Azerbaijan, from Panama to South Korea, people all over the world are joining the movement to end GYN cancers. For the whole month of September, participants in over 80 countries are making history by hosting events in solidarity with each other and with millions of women and families affected by gynecologic cancers.

Stone Soup Productions and Spark Media are proud to have been part of the core Globe-athon team since the very beginning, and continues to spearhead the branding, website design, media production, outreach and social media that helps the Globe-athon transform their bold ideas to even more powerful realities.

 

Today, Globe-athon is an unprecedented international call-to-action, shining a light on below-the-belt cancers—and proving that making a world of difference starts with just one step!

Visit www.globeathon.com for the full story and to help support the movement.

PROJECT IMPACT

Globe-athon has partnered with over 90 organizations in 88 countries on all 7 continents to stage events that have reached up to 200 million people.

Awareness initiatives that Stone Soup has partnered with Globe-athon include:

 

  • The first United Nations educational forum on cervical cancer.

 

  • Produced a music video with regional soca mega-star Alison Hinds and coordinated her live performance and construction of a float for New York's annual Caribbean Labor Day Parade. The Globe-athon float was led by over 100 cancer survivors and advocates, and was accompanied by medical students passing out information about below-the-belt cancers.

 

  • Flash mob at the Lincoln Memorial with cancer survivors, their doctors, health workers and advocates.

 

  • Cultivated partnership with Down Etc., to create customized face clothes, the sales from which went to support grassroots cancer awareness efforts. 

  • Five medical research registries are currently in beta development and two mobile apps have been developed for the Women's Health Integrated Research Center at Inova Fairfax Hospital as part of the Cancer Moonshot Program.

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