Hornady Donates to GRACE Cancer Foundation, American Cancer Society

Hornady continues its philanthropy with the two organizations with a recent $112,277 donation—which adds up to millions over the past several years. 

by posted on December 6, 2023
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Hornady recently donated $56,138.50 to the GRACE Cancer Foundation in Grand Island, Nebraska, with a matching amount going to the American Cancer Society, for a total donation of $112,277 split evenly between the two organizations.

Through this initiative, Hornady has now donated more than $1 million over the last several years through a joint contribution to the GRACE Cancer Foundation and the American Cancer Society.

“We are so grateful to Hornady for their continued support of the GRACE Cancer Foundation,” said Sarah Koch, Executive Director of GRACE Cancer Foundation. “With over $600,000 generously donated from Hornady since 2013, we have been able to help so many local cancer patients and their families, we are incredibly thankful for their partnership, support, and belief in the mission of the GRACE Cancer Foundation,” she added.

The donation was calculated using a portion of each box sold of Hornady Critical Defense Lite ammunition in 9mm and 38 Special. Critical Defense Lite features a pink bullet tip and pink ribbon packaging to help showcase the fight against cancer.

The GRACE Cancer Foundation assists cancer patients who live within 40 miles of Grand Island, Nebraska, or are being treated at the Grand Island or Hastings Cancer Centers. Help is available through several methods, such as gas cards, assistance with medical bills, household expenses, and more.

The American Cancer Society’s mission is to free the world from cancer by funding and conducting research, sharing expert information, supporting patients, and spreading the word about prevention.

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