Breast cancer doesn’t sleep during a pandemic, but neither does the MyGlassTruck Campaign to Fight Breast Cancer. Since September 2011, MyGlassTruck has donated a portion of the cost of every glass rack, truck body or trailer it sells to its local chapter of Susan G. Komen.

“We’re proud to report that lifetime-to-date, those donations total $111,947, enough to fund 746 mammograms. And, in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic we’ve raised $10,188 since March 2020,” reads a company statement. “MyGlassTruck is proud to raise funds for an organization that assists individuals in battling breast cancer today, while supporting scientific research to find a cure in the future.”

To encourage donations beyond the company’s customer campaign, it’s also produced and given away thousands of breast cancer awareness t-shirts, bumper stickers and tote bags.

MyGlassTruck’s local chapter, Susan G. Komen New Jersey, puts most of the company’s donations to work with others in the local community to support women who need breast cancer screenings, diagnostics and support services. A portion of the donations also go toward financial assistance for treatment costs for under-insured or uninsured breast cancer patients. What’s left, is added to a national pool of funds promoting prevention and medical research aimed at finding a cure for breast cancer forever.

“Supporting those with breast cancer and helping efforts to find a cure is extremely important to MyGlassTruck. We must make sure these sisters, daughters and mothers are not forgotten during the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re humbled to have the opportunity to make a difference with our fundraising campaign and would like to thank our customers and team members for helping make it happen,” says Rustin Cassway, president of MyGlassTruck.