American Fundraising Foundation Has Donated Over $1.3M to Nonprofits for Breast Cancer Support
In honor and recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, the American Fundraising Foundation is proud to announce it has donated over $1.3 million to nonprofits in support of the fight against breast cancer. Over 30 organizations received unrestricted donations to help provide education, food service, transportation, hospitalization, comfort care, respite care for caregivers and other much needed assistance to those affected by breast cancer.
Organizations such as Play for Pink, Gilda’s Club, East Alabama Medical Center, Florida Hospital, Cancer Family Care and Mon Health, as well as many others, received donations from AmFund.
Each year, AmFund carefully chooses to support a wide range of organizations through sponsorship of events, year-end financial grant distribution, virtual silent auctions and other programs. Its support of organizations centered around breast cancer is one example of a health and human service category that relies on the unrestricted donations of AmFund to help achieve their important mission.
“We want to honor all those working to find a cure for breast cancer, and we want to make significant contributions to organizations that faithfully serve those that personally face the challenge of a diagnosis,” said Deborah Marshall, SVP and COO of AmFund. “It is a privilege for AmFund to provide sustaining funds to organizations that support everything from the arts, literacy, the homeless and hungry, hospice, veterans and so many others with deeply important missions — and yes, this month, we reflect on breast cancer. We welcome all organizations to set up an appointment to qualify by calling or visiting our website atwww.AmFund.org.”
AmFund, a GuideStar Platinum rated 501(c)(3) nonprofit, has donated over $36 million to other service-providing nonprofits over the course of the past 20 years and was recognized by NonProfit PRO as Fundraiser of the Year.
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