West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) February 03, 2013
The Susan G. Komen is well-known as a symbol of hope to women struggling with and surviving breast cancer. They are currently the largest non-government funding source of breast cancer research. Their Race for the Cure is a well-known and well-respected fundraiser that raises millions of dollars each year for cancer research.
This year, College Hunks Hauling Junk and College Hunks Moving West Palm Beach South Florida’s premier moving and junk removal service has become the official logistic’s sponsor for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in West Palm Beach.They are very excited about their new partnership with Susan G. Komen.
College Hunks Hauling Junk and College Hunks Moving is already a very socially responsible organization. They are environmentally conscious, as the number one most eco-friendly junk removal service in South Florida with over 70% of the junk they haul being donated or recycled. They are also a very reputable company, with all their employees bonded, insured, fully licensed, and friendly.
They have begun giving back to the community with this sponsorship, as community and environment are both very important to them. Almost everyone has been touched by cancer, with family, friends, or acquaintances falling prey to the disease. College Hunks simply wishes to give back to the community in the most meaningful way possible, and helping fund cancer research was one of the best ways they could think to do so.
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers, making it a logical choice for their donation funds. As Susan G. Komen is a reputable organization, it was another logical choice to sponsor the race. Susan G. Komen welcomes the new partner with open arms. College Hunks’ established reputation makes it a company Komen can be proud to be associated with. Likewise, College Hunks can be certain that their donation won’t go to waste with Komen’s long-standing reputation as a respected charity. Hopefully this partnership can continue for long time to come, benefiting the community as a whole.