City Market Donates to Fight Against Breast Cancer
KREX News Room
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo.- City Market and the Junior Service league of Grand Junction have teamed together to help support the fight against breast cancer.
According to doctors, one in eight American women will face breast cancer during her lifetime.
Until there is a cure, there is only early detection. City Market is making sure that detection is an option for all women by donating $25,000 to the Junior Service League.
“Cancer survivors are not faceless people,” said Tom Bell, district manager at City Market. “At City Market we have them inside our organization and within the community. They are some of the most inspirational people that we see coming in and out of our stores. So that's why we are so supportive and so involved in that awareness.”
It’s the 15th year City Market is supporting the Junior Service League.
The money was raised through the super market's "Giving Hope a Hand" Campaign.”