FatCow Pledges Support for Breast Cancer Awareness

Global web hosting giant, FatCow, has announced its support for Breast Cancer Awareness month by introducing a number of deals and offers. This is the sixth year it’s supported the campaign.

FatCow is looking to involve its customers in its efforts this year. One of the things it’s doing is making pink badges available on its website. Customers are able to take these badges and place it on their website. For each website which puts one of these badges up, FatCow will donate $1.00 to the American Cancer Society, up to a maximum of $1,000.

The Marketing Manager for FatCow, Paul Bukhoyoko, said of the campaign: “We wanted to do something to raise awareness for Breast Cancer this month.” He continued: “This is a disease that effects hundreds of thousands of people each year so it made sense to involve as many people as possible; anybody can join us as we support the fight against breast cancer – you don’t have to be a FatCow customer.”

Customers who want to join up with the new campaign just needs to go to their website and find the ‘Pink’ section. Once they fill out a short form at the bottom of this page, FatCow will donate $1.00 to the American Cancer Society and a badge will be posted on the participating website.

Bukhoyko also commented on the site’s hosting signup pledge. He said, just like in previous years, the company would be donating a portion of the income it received from new sign-ups to the American Cancer Society. The Marketing Manager commented: “but the whole team is particularly excited about these new initiatives because it means that we can maximize involvement throughout the online community.”

With FatCow’s pledge to Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the company joins a host of other web hosting companies which are organising initiatives to raise money for the fight against breast cancer.

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