Donations have been down as many struggle during the pandemic, so the Minnesota-based outdoor apparel company stepped in to help.
By: Rena Sarigianopoulos, KARE-11 News
EAGAN, Minn. — Cancer, as we know, doesn't stop for a pandemic. When donations to the American Cancer Society dipped they decided to do something about it, and a Minnesota company stepped in to help.
“I was actually diagnosed with breast cancer; it was march of 2016,” says Kim Disch.