Primerica doesn’t mess around when it comes to raising money to fight cancer.

The department teams and individuals at the Home Office raised more than $107,000 this year, surpassing their $80,000 goal. It is the largest amount Primerica has ever raised in one calendar year for Relay for Life.

For the past seven years, Primerica has been the presenting sponsor for the annual Relay for Life event in Gwinnett County, GA. This year, the event took place on May 11. Primerica was awarded the Spirit of Giving Award at Relay for being the current fundraising leader.

Primerica held a number of fundraising events this spring, including corn hole and basketball tournaments, a tricycle race and high heel hustle, several cookouts, a fish fry, bake sales, jeans days, a thank you day, a book sale, a dance class, a silent auction and multiple raffles.

Thank you to everyone who participated in making this year’s fundraising efforts so successful.


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2 Responses to “Primerica Leads in Relay for Life Fundraising”

  1. July 8th, 2018 at 12:02 pm Lilia Ortiz Says:

    I’ve been trying to expend my business but I didn’t know how to do it. I think it’s wonderful that you have been able to do it. One day I would like to participate in this type of events. Thanks for the opportunity, can’t wait to know more about this.

  2. March 14th, 2019 at 4:05 pm Nicholas Krall Says:

    Glad PRI is involved with RFL in GA.
    I founded my local RFL 12 years ago, and though it is a smaller Relay ($20-40k/yr), we’ve raised over 300k since I started it, and while our local ACS has been combining Relays to reduce costs, particularly due to LAUSD jacking up their fees, my Sylmar Relay For Life team leadership is the core of the new All-San Fernando Valley Relay For Life.
    Why did I start the Sylmar Relay? An American Cancer Society rep came by my Chamber of Commerce lunch and talked about RFL, and I thought it was a good idea for the community.
    Since starting our Relay, my wife has lost both her father and her younger sister to cancer. We keep up the fight.

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