The Collision Works’ “Pink Pumpkin” Project

Breast Cancer Awareness Month Pink Pumpkin ProjectCollision Works is pleased to announce its’ Pink Pumpkin Project in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Breast Cancer Awareness month is recognized in October, which is an annual campaign to help increase awareness of the disease. As part of the company’s efforts, each Collision Works facility throughout Oklahoma and Kansas will be creating a pink pumpkin, decorated in honor of those individuals who have been touched by breast cancer.  Each pumpkin will then be delivered, along with a free auto detail certificate or free oil change gift certificate, to a breast cancer survivor, someone currently fighting breast cancer, or to a family who has lost a loved one due to breast cancer.

We all know of someone afflicted with this terrible disease that continues to affect so many women and their families. Help Collision Works honor those you know or someone you love that has been affected by breast cancer. The company invites the public at large to submit names of individuals whom are currently battling breast cancer, have survived breast cancer, or who have lost a family member to breast cancer for consideration as a recipient for a “pink pumpkin” and gift certificate. Names can be submitted here

“While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget the after effects of the diagnoses. Let’s encourage survivors to forget about their pain for a moment and show them how proud we are to see their inspiring courage”, says Kali Roberson, a Community Relations Director with Collision Works. “Our purpose behind Paint the Pumpkin Pink, is to help spread love and kindness to those affected by Breast Cancer.”

While this is Collision Works first year to participate in breast cancer awareness month through their “Pink Pumpkin Project”, the company hopes to be able to grow this program in a way that it becomes an annual event that continues to grow in support, employee efforts, and in raising funds to aid in the goal of reducing the current number of breast cancer deaths by 50% in the U.S. by 2026.

Thank you for your support!