ROSEBURG, Ore. -- With Umpqua Dairy’s new pink ice cream, you can enjoy a treat and help raise money for breast cancer awareness at the same time.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month kicked off with the release of the huckleberry cheesecake ice cream flavor.
A percentage of the sales is being donated to the Susan G. Komen foundation.
The limited-time flavor is available in most Safeway, Albertsons, Fred Meyer, WinCo and Walmart locations in Oregon, along with hundreds of independent stores.
Umpqua Dairy said they are hoping to raise $10,000.
They also said this year they’re helping people impacted by breast cancer. One person per week will be selected to receive free groceries. To submit a nomination, click here.
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