For the month of August, we’re partnering with Keaton Raphael Memorial to help continue their fight against childhood cancer with our “Freeze It, Fight It, Cure It” campaign. Keaton has been helping local families with children fighting cancer since 2000 and has raised $1 million in cancer research funding.
On June 20, 1997, 5 year old Keaton Raphael was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma (cancer of the nervous system) and Keaton was tragically taken too soon by childhood cancer. He courageously fought for his life and earned his Angel’s Wings. In memory, Keaton’s parents created the Keaton Raphael Memorial and his legacy lives on in thousands of children & families.
Our mission is to support children with cancer and their families with emotional, educational, and financial support while increasing awareness and funding a research toward a cure.
You can help, too! Every home needs regular maintenance, why not choose a company that is passionate about helping a good cause?
We’ve agreed to donate 20% of every Customer Assurance Plan we sell during the month of August. That money will go directly to the work at Keaton. We’re helping spread awareness for their cause by giving away 1 pair of tickets to Keaton’s Inaugural Gala in September. This event will be held at the Sacramento Railroad Museum in Downtown Sacramento and you’ll be treated to food, drinks, entertainment, and a silent auction!
Enter to win tickets by completing the form below.
If you would like to help Keaton financially, check the box in the form to have a Peck customer service associate share how our Customer Assurance Plan can help you. If you personally cannot participate, consider sharing this campaign with your friends.
With Peck’s Customer Assurance Plan, you’ll receive:
- 2 Annual Maintenances
- Indoor and Outdoor Inspections of Your System
- 10% Off All Parts for Repairs
- 5% Off Equipment Replacement
- And More!
Together we can do more to help those in our local community by providing hope, strength, and healing to those who are touched by the difficult realities of childhood cancer.