This October, you can donate an optional gift to the Breast Cancer Association through Olofsfors' "Pink Ribbon" fundraiser.
Breast Cancer is the most commonly occurring form of cancer in women and every year 8 000 women receive the news about breast cancer in Sweden (source: Breast Cancer Association, © 2020).
For Olofsfors, all strong survivors, within our company and around the world, are what drives us further to do what we can for the issue.
For 10 years we have arranged fundraisers for cancer research, and we want to thank all the amazing companies that have contributed.
In conjunction with Olofsfors “Pink Ribbon” Track celebrating its 10 years, we want to develop our collaboration with the Breast Cancer Association so that more people can contribute. Therefore, this year you can give any gift through Olofsfors on the Breast Cancer Association website. No one can do everything, but everyone can do something, and no matter the amount, your gift makes a difference. The money from the collection contributes to patient-centered research and support for those affected and their families.
Gifts of 5 000 Swedish Kronor (SEK) or more, also give you the chance to win one pair of Pink forest machine track, valued approximately at 100 000 SEK. Olofsfors has donated the tracks to the benefit of the Breast Cancer research who will, after Pink October, raffle it off to one of the companies or individuals who have given a gift of 5 000 SEK or more.
Make your donation no later than October 31st, 2020, at 23:59 via the Breast Cancer Association website. Read more by clicking the button "Make a donation" below. Thank you in advance, for your gift!
Watch the short clip where we interviewed Curras Transport, the winner of the Pink forest machine tracks 2019. They talk about their reactions and thoughts from the past year.
The Breast Cancer Association, which was founded in 1982, has 11 000 members and collaborates with 33 breast cancer associations around the country. Thanks to contributions from private individuals and companies, the Swedish Breast Cancer Association can fund patient-related breast cancer research, provide support and rehabilitation to breast cancer sufferers and drive opinion on breast cancer issues. We work to ensure that everyone in Sweden has the right to the best possible breast cancer care. (Source: Breast Cancer Association, © 2020).