FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BLACK BEAR DINER TO DONATE 10% OF PROCEEDS ON JUNE 27, 2017 AT FIVE LOCATIONS FOR CANCER PATIENT EDUCATION IN ARIZONA.
GLENDALE: Five Phoenix-area Black Bear Diner restaurants will donate 10% of their proceeds from 4-8pm on Tuesday, June 27 to the AZ Myeloma Network as part of their Dine and Donate program.
[June 19, 2017 – Glendale, AZ] Tim Madden, Black Bear Diner District Manager – Arizona said, “Black Bear Diner is committed to serving their communities through honest food, great service and involvement with local organizations. Teaming up with the Arizona Myeloma Network (AzMN) allows us to extend a hand beyond our four walls, not for notoriety but just simply to help in any way we can. AZMN and the people behind the scenes are gracious, caring and loving, something we at Black Bear Diner strive for every day.”
Black Bear Diner Dine and Donate event on June 27, 2017 will help support FREE cancer education seminars in Arizona . Participating diner locations: Chandler, 2805 S. Alma School Rd; Goodyear, 980 N. Dysart Rd; Glendale, 6039 W. Bell Rd; Gilbert, 1809 E Baseline Rd and Tempe, 7700 S. Priest Dr.
Tim Madden has helped raise funds for cancer patient education in Arizona ever since first meeting Arizona Myeloma Network’s founder Barbara Kavanagh. “I cornered Tim as I ate at a Black Bear Diner!” said Barbara Kavanagh, “Tim immediately said yes to help cancer patients and caregivers right here in Arizona.”
Arizona Myeloma Network, one of the country’s top-rated nonprofits by Great Nonprofits, is hosting FREE Cancer Caregivers Education Seminars on September 30 and December 9, 2017.
“We believe no cancer caregiver or cancer patient should have to pay to learn about their disease. We host live seminars for hundreds of cancer patients and caregivers annually. Our social media outreach educates over 20,000 friends and followers”, said Kavanagh.
In Arizona there are over 27,000 new cancer incidences reported annually, according to the National Center Institute CDC State Cancer Profile. Mrs. Kavanagh states, Dine and Donate is a great opportunity for everyone to help raise awareness and fund FREE education seminars for ALL cancer caregivers and cancer patients.” Proceeds benefit Arizona Myeloma Network's Cancer Education and Advocacy programs delivered free to the public.
To register for a FREE seminar, Sponsorship information, volunteer opportunities or to donate call 623-466-6246, email email@example.com or visit www.AzMyelomaNetwork.org. “The money we raise is reinvested in our communities to increase the quality of life for people impacted by cancer”, said Jack Kavanagh, a cancer survivor, patient and Treasurer of Arizona Myeloma Network.
“We are especially grateful to our business community partners and sponsors for helping us put on this event,” said Mrs. Kavanagh. “The more money we raise, the more live face-to-face educational outreach we do to increase the quality of life for people impacted by all kinds of cancer in our communities.”
ABOUT BLACK BEAR DINER
Founded in Mt. Shasta, California in 1995, Black Bear Diner was born from a desire to bring home-style comfort food classics and personal service back to the dining experience. The family dining concept offers a vast menu anchored on hearty portions and excellent value. The franchise has grown to 95 locations in eight western states and is consistently recognized as one of the fastest growing concepts by industry observers. For more information, please visit www.BlackBearDiner.com
ABOUT ARIZONA MYELOMA NETWORK
Founded in 2004, the Arizona Myeloma Network (AZMN) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity organization that conducts cancer outreach events and education programs. Our mission is to promote collaboration, awareness, education and advocacy for improved treatment and quality of life, for multiple myeloma patients, their families and ALL cancer caregivers. Sponsors, volunteers and donations welcomed – Visit www.azmyelomanetwork.org or call 623-426- 6246. AzMN is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Tax ID# 32-0169742
Contact Barbara Kavanagh, President/CEO; 20280 N 59th Ave, Ste 115 #448, Glendale, AZ 85308-6850; Phone 623-466-6246; Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Thanks for picking up our press release and helping Arizona Myeloma Network increase awareness and funding for invaluable cancer education delivered with dignity in our communities.
Barbara Kavanagh, M.S.W.
Founder & CEO, Arizona Myeloma Network
Phone: 623-388-6837 | Fax: 623-243-6580