Sangertown Square goes pink for Breast Cancer Awareness
NEW HARTFORD – October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month and Sangertown Square is going pink to help.
Sangertown Square will turn the fountain in the Macy’s wing pink for the month of October. To help increase Breast Cancer Awareness, Sangertown Square is asking the community to take a selfie in front of the pink fountain, post it on Instagram, and use #SangertownGoesPink.
For each selfie Sangertown Square will donate 50 cents to the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Sangertown Square is also asking the community to like and/or follow Sangertown Square on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. For each new like or follow Sangertown Square will donate 25 cents to the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
The Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund is committed to battling breast cancer by supporting both new and established researchers.
Sangertown Square understands how important research is and is proud to take action in the fight against breast cancer.
The Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Foundation
The Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund, Inc., supports both new and established researchers investigating the causes, prevention and treatment of breast cancer. This research will include—but not be limited to—studies of the genetic, molecular, cellular and environmental factors involved in the development and progression of breast cancer; application of the knowledge thus gained to educate medical professionals and increase public awareness for the prevention, detection and treatment of breast cancer; and studies of the outcomes of breast cancer detection and treatment on the patient, their families and society.
About Sangertown Square
Sangertown Square is the Mohawk Valley’s only enclosed shopping center enjoying a superior location in Oneida County, the geographic center of New York State. Located in the town of New Hartford, Sangertown is located just outside the nationally renowned six million acre Adirondack Park. The center is anchored by Macy’s, Boscov’s, JC Penney, Target and Dick’s Sporting Goods and offers more than 70 retail shops and restaurants.