Magic Valley Employees raise $5,000 for the Renaissance Cancer Foundation

Magic Valley employees are used to empowering members in the community, and on Thursday, October 4th they took action to change lives for cancer patients in the Rio Grande Valley.

Magic Valley employees raised $4,500 through fundraising activities at the Cooperative and received a $500 grant from Image House Media Advertising Agency.

Employees participated in various fundraising activities at the Cooperative, including t-shirt sales, raffle tickets, and even a monthly employee parking spot auction to ensure a successful fundraising campaign.

“Fundraising for local non-profits is a way for our employees to make a positive impact in our community,” says John Herrera, MVEC’s General Manger. “We are proud to dedicate our time and efforts to making a difference and supporting cancer patients in the Valley.”

Giving back has always been at the heart of MVEC employees. Last year, MVEC employees raised over $20,000 to support various local non-profit organizations.

“We are proud to partnered with Magic Valley to help address important needs in our community.” said Jerry Sanchez, Image House Media, Owner. “It’s such an honor to be able to help and make a difference in the lives of those affected by cancer.”

“We were delighted to hear that MVEC employees had selected the Renaissance Cancer Foundation to fundraise for this year,” said Adriana Rios, Renaissance Cancer Foundation’s Executive Director. “Their contributions will make a significant impact for those battling cancer in the RGV.”

About Magic Valley Electric Cooperative

Magic Valley is a not-for-profit; member owned electric cooperative dedicated to providing safe, affordable and reliable electric service. For 80 years, Magic Valley Electric Cooperative has been an integral part of the Rio Grande Valley community and will continue its commitment to support local non-profit organizations.

About Renaissance Cancer Foundation

The Renaissance Cancer Foundation’s goal is to provide patients with services to help them during their cancer journey. The Renaissance Cancer Foundation primarily focuses on providing funding for chemotherapy treatment, medication, surgery, imaging studies, house and utility bills, transportation, lodging, nutritional supplements, and hair loss items.

 For more information on how you or your company can support the Renaissance Cancer Foundation, please call (956) 217-7050


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