Dell’s hope to raise $250,000 in 2009 looks like to be realized. The company has just signed and agreement with Susan G. Komen, the global leader of the breast cancer movemen from the Cure. It is committed to donate every $5 from its latest laptop called “Promise Pink” and the Minis to the cause. The money will go to to breast cancer research and community-based programs for breast health education and screening. Products that also help to fight cancer are Inspiron Mini 9 & Mini 12, the Inspiron 1525, Studio 15 & Studio 17, Studio Hybrid, XPS M1330, the XPS M1530 and the Latitude E4200.
Wanna help the ladies to fight cancer and at the same time give them a nice pink present this coming Valentine’s Day? Why not get one of these cancer fighters? It will only cost you $249. Read more what Dell’s and the Cure have to say about this program.
“Many of us at Dell and in our communities have been touched by breast cancer and we feel privileged to join the fight with such an impactful organization,” said Michael Tatelman, Dell vice president of consumer sales and marketing. “Dell’s partnership with Susan G. Komen for the Cure is another opportunity to make choices in personal technology that reflect passion areas and self-expression.”
“With Dell’s Promise Pink laptops, people will be able to share their passion for the cause and show their support for those touched by breast cancer,” said Katrina McGhee, vice president of marketing at Komen for the Cure. ”Dell users are joining the global breast cancer movement and helping us create a world without breast cancer.”