AGA City60 donated to PINK AID in USA
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, more than 600 of Fairfield, Connecticut's well-healed crowd packed Mitchell's, the luxury retailer in Westport USA, hosting this year's annual PINK AID fundraiser featuring a Michael Kors fashion show and luxury items auction. PINK AID compassionately assists women in need that are diagnosed with breast cancer. It is a grant-based organisation that funds the efforts of organisations that provide this type of compassionate care.
When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, she needs a lot more than medical help. She needs rides to and from treatments, babysitting, grocery delivery, medical navigation, wigs, recovery garments and so much more.
With a staggeringly high rate of occurrence, there are countless women that cannot afford to go through treatment with the proper care and dignity. Many also need free mammograms to help with early detection. PINK AID offers a welcome opportunity to join together to make a real difference in the lives of many women and their families, within and around our communities.
In honor of Grange Furniture Inc.'s former CEO, Valerie Morgan, who passed away in June of 2014 after a 7 year battle with the disease, an AGA City24 (AGA City60) in Rose was donated to the auction. To date, over a million dollars has been raised for the cause.
Pink Aid is fiscally sponsored by FJC, a 501c3 public charity. As such, all donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.