Coconu has announced its stock to donate part of its product sales to the Oracle Cancer Research Alliance (OCRA), helping women in the fight against ovarian cancer. This partnership is aligned with the job of the company to bring health and happiness to women, increasing their ability for intimacy, connectivity and trust. Bonding donations to OCRA, they hope to raise awareness and research resources to fight this devastating disease affecting the lives of so many women and their families.
OCRA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to ovarian cancer research, education and advocacy of life-saving assistance. Studies show that one in 79 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer in their life. Because of the lack of early symptoms or the detection of detection, this diagnosis usually occurs when the disease progresses. That is why it is called a "silent killer" and fifth is the deadliest form of cancer for women.
The founders of Coconu Sarah Warnick Belzer and Taylor Warnick know the impact of this disease in the first place, as Kathy Warnick's mother and mother had to live for 58 years. This was only one year after her diagnosis, despite Kathy's dedication to personal health and her medical work.
President Sarah Warnick Belzer said, "We believe that the method of advancing ovarian cancer through the support of research in this area, Cocon decides to return by donating 10 percent of all purchases of our organic personal lubricants to OCRA, in honor of Kathy Warnick – a woman who tirelessly gave her community .
Established in Salt Lake City, Utah, 2012, Cocon is committed to helping women to lead a healthier and happier life by offering 100 percent safe and organic health and beauty products. The company builds its product line on the belief that integrity and transparency come first. Cocon is trying to make the world a safer place with natural products and ingredients that women can trust. More information is available at https://coconu.com/ and social media at @cocon.