Corporate & Community Giving
Martin Swanty Chrysler Jeep Dodge donates to the Kingman Cancer Care Unit in 2016
The Kingman Cancer Care Unit receives generous support from local businesses and community groups who are committed to charitable giving that benefits people in our community. If your organization would like to make a financial contribution to the Kingman Cancer Unit, please contact us or donate here.
Sponsorship opportunities are available for KCCU events, such as the Arts and Crafts Fair, the Walk-a-Mile in Their Shoes cancer walk, and the city-wide Pink Heals Block Party. These events present a valuable branding opportunity for your organization and the chance to defray operational expenses that instead help local cancer patients. Please contact us for further information on sponsorship opportunities.
During 2016 many local businesses and organizations conduct fundraising for the Kingman Cancer Care Unit. For example:
- Fork in the Road Restaurants in Kingman sells “Boot Out Cancer” koozies and collects donations in cowboy boots placed in all their restaurants (over 60). They also challenge sister cities in Arizona to do the same. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Kingman Cancer Care Unit.
- Our local Pepsi distributor sponsors an annual Breast Cancer Awareness golf tournament with all proceeds benefitting the Kingman Cancer Care Unit.
- The Kingsmen, organizers of the annual Andy Devine Days Rodeo, sponsor “Tough Enough to Wear Pink” day at the rodeo and donate a portion of ticket sales to the Kingman Cancer Care Unit.
- Floyd and Company (formerly Redneck’s Southern Pit BBQ) and the City of Kingman sponsors the annual “Pink Pig Out” eating contest with all proceeds benefitting the Kingman Cancer Care Unit.
- Taco Bell sponsors a “pink ribbon drop” that involves dropping hundreds of pink ribbons 50 feet from a Kingman Fire ladder truck. The ribbons are sold in the community and the person with a ribbon that lands closest to the target wins a valuable prize. All proceeds benefit the Kingman Cancer Care Unit.