Recycle For Research: Going For The Gold, Or, Tipping The Scales Against Cancer. Donate Old Unwanted Gold And Silver For A Good Cause

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Donations will be accepted for the Canadian Cancer Society and Canadian Goodwill Industries Friday, November 18th and Saturday, November 19th, at KMG Gold Recycling's new processing facility in Winnipeg.

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KMG Gold Hosts Gold Party For Cancer Research

It’s an honour to have the opportunity to work with the Canadian Cancer Society and Canadian Goodwill Industries. This is a great opportunity to raise funds for cancer research and help the community

Donations will be accepted for the Canadian Cancer Society and Canadian Goodwill Industries Friday, November 18th and Saturday, November 19th, at KMG Gold Recycling's new processing facility in Winnipeg.

This very special fundraising/open house event will be held at KMG Gold’s new processing facility in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Everyone recycling old, unwanted gold jewellery, gold or silver coins, or other precious metal will have the opportunity to donate all or a portion of the appraised value of their items, to the Canadian Cancer Society. Tax receipts will be issued by the Canadian Cancer Society for donations in excess of $15.

KMG Gold will donate all costume jewellery and other non-precious items to Canadian Goodwill Industries.

In addition to supporting Canadian Cancer Society and Canadian Goodwill Industries, all donations will qualify products or services contributed by many of Winnipeg’s leading companies. Such as Atomic Hair Studio, Acci-Care Accident Recovery Experts, Winnipeg Gold Buyer, and Roger Watson Jewellers.

“It’s an honour to have the opportunity to work with the Canadian Cancer Society and Canadian Goodwill Industries. This is a great opportunity to raise funds for cancer research and help the community,” says Michael Gupton, President and co-founder of KMG Gold Recycling.

“My family has been directly affected by cancer, and Canadian Goodwill Industries helped me start KMG Gold," says Gupton.

As winner of the prestigious Better Business Bureau Torch Award, two years in a row, recognizing integrity, ethics and honesty in the marketplace, KMG Gold has established themselves as the leading precious metal recycler in the country. Independent third party surveys, including CBC News, confirm that KMG gold pays the highest price for recycled precious metals.

Customers outside Winnipeg who cannot make it to the gold party, visit http://www.kmggold.com and order a Secureship™ Envelope with complete instructions on how to can participate in this special event.

KMG Gold is pleased to host this event and support Canadian Cancer Society and Canadian Goodwill Industries.

Event date: November 18th and 19th, 9AM-9PM, at KMG Gold, in Winnipeg.

Media Contact: Michael Gupton, BScEng(Civil) CTE AScT, President, KMG Environmental Inc., 204.452.4653

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