Photo Credit: Gary Yon Photography

Last week ACS supported A Glimmer of Hope Foundation’s “Clays for the Cure” event hosted by The Home Depot. The event raised $130,000 for breast cancer research, and ACS was honored to be a diamond sponsor to help support their efforts.

“Our core values and commitment to going above and beyond shows up in our philanthropy and charitable giving… I thank and compliment those who make contributions of their time and money to support worthwhile causes on our behalf.” ~Joe Santagata, CEO

It was a great day supporting an amazing cause!

Huge shoutout to our three clay shooting teams representing both ACS and The Home Depot:

Ed Camp, Matthew Bobbitt, Satish Kumar, Tyler Hage, Kurt Michalewicz, Robert Cadwallader, Monica Meunier, Peter Yiu, Dave Scalfani, Joe Santagata, Karen Gregorio and Kelly Eacho

A Glimmer of Hope Foundation (GOH) is a Pittsburgh-based breast cancer foundation started by Diana Napper in 1994 — in honor of her best friend, Carol Jo Weiss Friedman, who lost her battle with the disease in 1990. Help create a breast cancer free future. Visit the GOH website to learn more.