Mound House company raises money for breast cancer awareness
Wanting to inspire hope in those affected by breast cancer, Production Pattern & Foundry (PPF) of Mound House is becoming part of the cure. PPF will donate $20 per employee wearing a PPF pink breast cancer shirt. PPF Team Members will be wearing their pink shirts throughout the month of October. The money PPF raises will be donated to a local non-profit organization, Moms on the Run. PPF chose this non-profit organization because the money raised will stay in northern Nevada.
“By helping raise awareness for breast cancer, PPF desires to inspire hope in those affected by this disease,” said Arlene Cochran, chief executive officer at PPF. “Breast cancer has affected many people in our plant so it is very special to us to contribute to the cause.”
To donate and learn more information visit http://www.momsontherun.info. Production Pattern Foundry, Inc. (PPF) is a full-production aluminum casting foundry working exclusively in clean, versatile aluminum alloys. Visit http://www.ppfco.com/ for more information.