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Cartridge World donates $19,000 in 'Round Up for Pink Ink'

SPRING GROVE – Cartridge World North America has donated $19,040 to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. More than 125 Cartridge World stores participated in the “Round Up for Pink Ink” campaign.

“According to the World Health Organization, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide – and that impact is felt by everyone, including the Cartridge World family,” said William Swanson, CEO for Cartridge World North America. “Raising funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation is our way of getting involved in our community, raising awareness and giving back for a cause that touches so many of us."

The foundation was presented with the donation at its headquarters in Dallas on Tuesday. With a mission to save lives through early detection, the NBCF partners with 94 medical facilities to provide free mammograms and diagnostic breast care services to women in need. The foundation also offers multiple educational resources aimed at breast cancer survivors.

“With the support and partnership of Cartridge World, NBCF is able to provide funds to support our mission and programs,” said Brent Hail, senior vice president for development of the NBCF.

With 600 stores throughtout the U.S. and Canada, Spring Grove-based Cartridge World is the world’s largest specialty retailer of ink and toner printer cartridges.


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