The Franklin P. and Arthur W. Perdue Foundation has provided the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition Inc. with a $10,000 grant to help the organization provide breast health education, routine health screenings, and appropriate follow-up services to Delaware residents, including Perdue employees and their families in Kent and Sussex counties.

“It is companies like Perdue taking such a lead that truly help impact our communities and move the needle,” said Vicky Cooke, executive director of the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition.


Perdue has partnered with the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition since 2016 and throughout the years together have helped provide health and wellness programs to residents throughout the region.

“The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition and Perdue have a long-standing partnership. The programs that they facilitate save lives and we are proud to once again support their important efforts and benefit so many people, including our associates and their families who call Delaware home,” said Kim Nechay, executive director of the Franklin P. and Arthur W. Perdue Foundation.”