Fry’s Food Stores donates $10,000 to Prescott health center
What a great way to start the year with a great story of giving. For the seventh year in a row, Fry’s Food Stores have donated funds from the Sharing Courage Campaign to the Community Health Center of Yavapai.
The funds raised by the 2015 Sharing Courage Campaign go to assist dozens of local organizations in fighting breast cancer in communities across the country – supporting research projects, funding mammograms and educational outreach, and assisting local support groups for women and families. All of the funds are spent in the communities where Fry’s customers and associates live and work. This year’s donation of $10,000 will be used to provide breast diagnostic services for uninsured and low-income patients throughout the county.
“The donation from Fry’s will help provide well women services that include a clinical breast examination, cervical screening and a screening mammogram,” said Annette Olson, CHCY executive director. She went on to say, “Community Health Center of Yavapai is a proud recipient of these funds and greatly values our community partner, Fry’s Food Stores.”
Fry’s Food Stores conduct an annual cause-marketing campaign to assist local organizations fighting breast cancer in our communities, Giving Hope a Hand for Breast Cancer. The service provided by the Yavapai County Health Clinic is available to all citizens of Yavapai County and they are dedicated to providing comprehensive medical services, dental services and care coordination for the care and well-being of its residents.
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