Talking Rain Supports New Breast Cancer Vaccine
Strengthening our communities has always been at the heart of Talking Rain Beverage Company’s mission. One of our longest standing causes has been support of breast cancer research. As our partners in the medical research realm continue to break barriers and move closer to a cure, our dedication to fund their critical work intensifies.
This October, Talking Rain was honored to donate $50,000 in research funding to the Cancer Vaccine Institute at UW Medicine as they work to develop a vaccine to prevent the reoccurrence of early staged breast cancer.
“On behalf of Talking Rain, it was an honor to present our donation to Dr. Nora Disis who heads up the Cancer Vaccine Institute at UW Medicine and breast cancer survivor Kristi Blair, a leading supporter of the Cancer Vaccine Institute at UW Medicine,” said Nina Morrison, Vice President of Community and Customer Relations at Talking Rain. “With the support of Dr. Nora Disis and Kristi Blair, we know we’re taking one step closer to finding a cure and supporting our company’s goal of creating a breast cancer vaccine for all.”
We’re proud to work together with our community partners to continue the fight to find a cure.
For more information on Talking Rain’s recent check presentation at UW Medicine, please visit:Sparkling Ice on YouTube