GOJO Announces its Continued Support of City of Hope With Hand Sanitizer Sales Donation


GOJO, the inventor of PURELL® Advanced Hand Sanitizer, announces that it will continue its support of City of Hope, a leading research and treatment center, through a special promotion. GOJO will donate 25 cents for every 8-ounce bottle of PURELL® Spring Bloom Hand Sanitizer and 10 cents for every 1-ounce JELLY WRAP™ Carrier of PURELL® Spring Bloom Hand Sanitizer purchased between now and Dec. 31, 2016, to City of Hope's breast cancer program.*
"The GOJO Purpose is Saving Lives and Making Life Better Through Well-Being Solutions, and we are proud to help organizations, like City of Hope, which are driven by a similar purpose," says Steve Schultz, GOJO North American business president and COO. "Each and every day, City of Hope is furthering the fight against cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. We are happy to continue our support of their efforts."
City of Hope's mission is to transform the future of health by rapidly advancing scientific discoveries into better treatments and better prevention strategies for cancer and other diseases. The funds raised by GOJO will help support City of Hope's doctors and researchers in their work to discover new treatments and cures for the benefit of people everywhere.
PURELL Spring Bloom Hand Sanitizer is available at most major and online retailers.
*GOJO will donate up to $150,000 during this time period.

Source: GOJO Industries

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