Pink Pumpkin Patch Foundation Opens Grant Process
Offering Funds for Eligible Breast Cancer Research Organizations
Rocky Ford, CO., September 2012 – The Pink Pumpkin Patch Foundation, a Colorado nonprofit corporation, announced today that it is accepting applications through November 2, 2012 from parties interested in receiving funds for breast cancer research.
The Pink Pumpkin Patch Foundation is comprised of America's leading pumpkin growers, who have committed to donating a share of proceeds from every pink pumpkin sold to organizations dedicated to breast cancer research. Based on this year’s sales of the pink pumpkin seeds, the foundation anticipates grants awarded to total between $100,000 and $500,000.
Interested applicants must meet specific criteria, which includes spending no more than 20% in administrative costs, proof of 501(c)(3) status, and not be otherwise sufficiently funded. A complete list of criteria along with the application can be found at www.pinkpumpkinpatch.org Completed applications should be submitted to the Pink Pumpkin Patch Foundation for review by Friday, November 2, 2012 via email to email@example.com.
“Our grant application committee is looking for qualified breast cancer researchers with a solid program and a high percentage of dollars spent on actual research,” said Don Goodwin, president of the Pink Pumpkin Patch Foundation. “We want to award the monies raised to well-deserving organizations in hopes of getting closer to finding a cure for this devastating disease.”
The Pink Pumpkin Patch Foundation launched an overall campaign, “Pink Pumpkins on Your Porch – Let’s Unite Against Breast Cancer” earlier this year. This fall, the Pink Pumpkin Patch Foundation is urging consumers to place pink pumpkins on their porches to show their support in putting an end to the disease that takes away so many loved ones year after year.
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About the Pink Pumpkin Patch Foundation
The Pink Pumpkin Patch Foundation was created in 2012 to aid in the fight against breast cancer. The foundation is made up of America’s pumpkin growers have committed to giving a percentage of proceeds from every pink pumpkin sold to organizations involved in breast cancer research. The foundation will oversee the donations and ensure that the funds go directly to reputable organizations with the highest percentage of dollars spent on actual research.