Kick the Coffee for Cancer Research

Spending $3 to $4 dollars everyday for a cup of coffee is an action millions of Americans do without a second thought during their morning routines. By donating the same amount to cancer research, they could impact the lives of countless cancer patients and their families.

As viewers will see in the infographic below, if just nine people at the office dropped their coffee habit for one year, they could cover all of one cancer’s patient’s medical costs.

Cancer affects so many, this is a chance to take a beverage millions regularly enjoy and use it to make an impact in the ongoing fight against cancer.

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