staff raises nearly $6,500 for cancer research

Home » staff raises nearly $6,500 for cancer research today announced the company raised about $6,500 for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Canton. The company’s fundraising team finished with a high ranking – the eighth most successful team in the Relay for Life of Canton program.

The fundraising campaign, which began in January, is an annual effort led by the company’s active Community Outreach group. Fundraising efforts included selling Relay for Life paper cutouts at our retail store, baked good sales, flower basket sales, a bowling event and other activities.

Nearly 40 RepairClinic staffers participated in Relay for Life of Canton on May 17.

RepairClinic sign



Dozens of RepairClinic staffers brought in homemade baked goods and nearly all staffers supported them with cash donations for the treats.

RepairClinic Customer Care Representative Rachel Skedzielewski shows off the delicious (and mega!) cookies she brought for the baked goods sale.
RepairClinic Customer Care Supervisor Ray Franges baked pies from scratch. They were a hit.

Bowling for a good cause

Last month, we held a bowling fundraiser, which brought RC staffers and their friends and family together for fun – and lots of fundraising.

RC staffer Brittany Kay enjoyed bowling with her colleagues and friends.

Repair Clinic’s Community Outreach group  includes dozens of RepairClinic staffers who support local and national non-profit organizations with volunteerism and fundraising- outside of their RepairClinic work.

We also regularly fill the pantry shelves at Hope Clinic, a local non-profit organization that supports families in our community with medical, dental and social services . Last year, we made the holiday celebrations brighter for several families in need, fundraised to support local animals and shelters, planted 70 trees in Detroit – among many other activities.

Repair Clinic VIP Email

Join the Repair Clinic VIP email list for updates and special offers!

Scroll to Top