Launches Monthly Charity Days to Help Fight Cancer

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Hungering to help a good cause? Then CurrySimple's latest recipe should come as a real treat. The authentic Thai food Web site has announced that it will soon launch monthly Charity Days.

Beginning Monday, Oct. 2, will donate 15 percent of the day's retail sales to the Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation in Virginia. The first Monday of each subsequent month, proceeds will go to another charity dedicated to cancer research.

"Everyone knows somebody who has battled cancer," said Mike Moran, Founder of CurrySimple. "I myself had Melanoma skin cancer -- one of the deadliest forms of skin cancer -- when I was just 14 years old. Surviving that scary battle has given me a greater appreciation for the importance of helping fund the research that saved my life."

In addition to contributing to different cancer research foundations, offers a product made with ingredients that benefit its consumers' health. According to recent research, curry helps aide in the prevention of different types of cancer because of its many natural herbs, including coriander, cumin, turmeric, galangal, lemongrass and garlic. Among its extensive line of authentic Thai products, sells a spicy Green Curry, a medium spicy Red Curry, Yellow Curry with a hint of spice and a sweeter Masaman Curry.

In November, plans to donate 15 percent of its Charity Day proceeds to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, and in December, it will donate to Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation. For more information on CurrySimple's upcoming Charity Days, please visit

About sells curries and sauces made in Thailand with fresh, authentic ingredients. Each product is delivered in the latest packaging technology so the delicious flavor and high quality remains intact without the use of preservatives. Launched in January 2006, the Web site has already proven its staying power with feature articles and interviews in The Washington Post, ABC News, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, Northern Virginia Magazine, Atlanta Intown Paper and several review sites. For more information, please visit


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