This company was created in honor of my mother who died from cancer-and whose soup consoled me during many hard times. Through Spoonful of Comfort, I hope to help people share their love and concern with friends and family.
Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) October 22, 2014
Breast Cancer accounts for as much as 25% of all cancer cases. As the second most common form of cancer in the world, this diagnosis gets extra attention during October, Breast Cancer Awareness month. And Spoonful of Comfort is doing its part to Think Pink.
For every order placed during October, Spoonful of Comfort will make a donation to the Susan G. Komen organization. This global group addresses breast cancer through research, outreach, community health, and public policy initiatives to make an impact on multiple fronts. Plus, Spoonful of Comfort is also offering a limited-time Breast Cancer Awareness bundle.
This October-only offering features the company's famous homestyle soup shipped in a large 64-ounce jar and accompanied by tasty sides and a ladle in cheerful packaging. Six frosted sugar cookies add a punch of pink to this thoughtful gift.
"Supporting organizations that fight cancer is a purpose near and dear to me," says Marti Wymer, founder of Spoonful of Comfort. "This company was created in honor of my mother who died from cancer-and whose soup consoled me during many hard times. Through Spoonful of Comfort, I hope to help people share their love and concern with friends and family when they can't be there themselves."
In order to provide the most personalized gifts possible, Spoonful of Comfort lets senders customize gift packages with more than just a thoughtful meal. Optional add-ons especially appropriate for cancer patients and their families include a guardian angel token, a comfort pocket stone, hot tea, and even a plush blanket or cozy socks.
The Breast Cancer Awareness bundle begins at $59.99 and is shipped right to the recipient's door-and is only available from October 1-31. To order this package that promotes comfort and a cause, call 877-404-7678 or visit http://www.SpoonfulOfComfort.com.
This package is just one of many thoughtful gift ideas Spoonful of Comfort has been simmering up since 2008. The company is dedicated to the memory of Mona Bowes: mother, friend, and chicken soup connoisseur.