TEAM Everest Receivable Services Supports 2022 Komen Walk

Susan G. Komen LogoGetzville, New York – Everest Receivable Services, a national provider of accounts receivable services; has once again displayed their fundraising skill and dedication towards community by participating in the 2022 Susan G. Komen Foundation’s “More Than Just Pink” walk. 

On Saturday October 1st, 2022, team members from Everest Receivable Services joined other volunteers and survivors, to take a stand against breast cancer and walk for a cure. 

The 2022 Komen Upstate New York MORE THAN PINK 1.6 mile walk raised nearly $70,000 with approximately $3,000 of that coming from donations solicited by Everest team members for their participations in the walk.

“With a team goal of $2000, the Everest team definitely exceeded expectations” Stated Matt Murray, Director of Collections for Everest. “We are proud of all the participants and what they accomplished. Once again, the people that made up our team have put others before themselves by volunteering for a worthy cause that touches all our lives.”

For more than 40 years the Susan G. Komen Foundation has been battling breast cancer by sponsoring walks for a cure.  Not only to honor those who were touched in some way by this devastating disease but to also raise awareness and inspire action. 

According to their “To date, we’ve invested more than $3.3 billion in groundbreaking research, community health outreach, advocacy, and programs in more than 60 countries. Our efforts helped reduce deaths from breast cancer by 40 percent between 1989-2016 and we won’t stop until our promise is fulfilled.”

For more information on the Susan G. Komen Foundation and how you can make a deference, please visit Breast Cancer Foundation | Susan G. Komen®

For more information regarding Everest Receivable Services and joining a team that cares, please visit Careers – Everest Receivables (

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