PhoneSoap Cares | Partners with National Breast Cancer Foundation During October
PHONESOAP TO PARTNER WITH NATIONAL BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION DURING OCTOBER
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, one dollar from every order will be donated towards diagnosed women.
Lindon, UT – September 27, 2018 – For the second time this year, PhoneSoap is partnering up with the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc (NBCF) to raise money in support of NBCF’s efforts to educate women about the disease and treat those already diagnosed.
PhoneSoap’s flagship product is the PhoneSoap 3, a UV-C smartphone sanitizer that kills 99.99% of harmful bacteria and viruses*, including cold and flu viruses. The entire PhoneSoap product line can be found in hospitals and medical centers across the country, aiding in the fight against illness and infection of patients due to the spreading of germs.
For Mother’s Day earlier this year, $5 from every sale of the Orchid PhoneSoap 3 was donated back to NBCF. For Breast Cancer Awareness month, the fundraiser won’t be restricted to any single unit, but for every order placed during the month of October, PhoneSoap will donate $1.
NBCF has established several programs to aid in every step of the diagnosis process. Beyond The Shock is a program that offers educational resources via videos and survivor stories. Their National Mammography Program is a partnership with medical facilities across the country that offers free mammograms for those in need. Their program roster doesn’t end there; the rest can be found on their website along with an endless amount of invaluable information for those unfamiliar with the disease and the processes surrounding treatment.
The money donated by PhoneSoap will not only be used for the programs mentioned above but will also go towards targeted research efforts. There is still much to learn about the disease and further research improves patient outcomes and advancements in personalized therapies.
Testing was conducted in a laboratory setting on actual phones, Apple watch, headphones, credit cards, and keys with a variety of pathogens, including Salmonella, Staphylococcus, and Coronavirus 229E. Real-world results may vary depending on size, shape, and material of phone or phone case. For more information, click here.