Monday, November 28, 2016

GTI presents donation to Cancer Association of Darke County

During the month of July, Greenville Technology, Inc. (GTI) held its annual Cancer Awareness Campaign. GTI’s Health and Wellness committee coordinators Kristian Garwood and Kristen Gosnell planned a month full of activities to try to meet the goal of $5000. With the help of the committee, GTI held several food events including a Loaded Nacho Day, Farmer Brown Day, Bowman’s Texas Tenderloin Day, and a Bake Sale. GTI also held several raffles including their annual “Fight for a Cure” raffle. With the help of local vendors, GTI had over 80 items donated for this years “Fight for a Cure” raffle. GTI employees also purchased badge holders, lapel pins, and t-shirts. The t- shirt sale was a big hit. On July 29, GTI held their second “Go Shirtless for Cancer” day. On this day, the associates who purchased the Cancer T-shirt, could wear the t-shirt in place of their company uniform shirt. This year’s campaign was a complete success thanks to all their employees. GTI surpassed the goal of $5000. On October 28, 2016, they were pleased to be able to give the Cancer Association of Darke County a check for $7384. 32.

The cancer association is very grateful to those businesses and individuals in the community that give so generously to help those battling a very difficult disease. They provide benefits to cancer patients living in Darke County. For further information, call 548-9960.

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