Goldline Announces 2010 Charitable Giving

Goldline Announces 2010 Charitable Giving

Santa Monica, CA - December 10, 2010 - Goldline International, Inc. today released a partial roster of educational, charitable, and service organizations that it has supported in 2010 through donations and service.

"Throughout its 50 year history, Goldline has donated money, equipment, and time to many worthy local and national organizations that our employees have brought to our attention," said Mark Albarian, President and CEO of Goldline. "We contribute where our employees contribute their time and energy."

Goldline is honored to participate in the PCGS's Yellow and Pink Ribbon coin programs, which raise awareness of veterans causes and breast cancer research through the sale of coins with commemorative labels.

Educational organizations supported by Goldline include Los Angeles Unified School District, Santa Monica High School, Westmont College, Hermosa Beach Education Foundation, Redeemer Community Christian School, Oaks Christian School, Westside Waldorf School, Santa Ynez Valley Christian Academy, and others.

Medical organizations supported by Goldline include the American Stroke Foundation, American Cancer Society, Cedars Sinai Hospital, and St. John's Health Center.

Other charitable organizations supported by Goldline include Special Operations Warrior Foundation,Fresh Start, Westside Food Bank, Pet Adoption Fund, StepUp, The Roy Williams Safety Net Foundation, Fisher House, and CharityFolks.com, as well as service organizations such as Knights of Columbus and Boy Scouts of America.

To learn more about Goldline's charitable giving, visit http://www.goldline.com/aboutgoldline-goldlinegivesback.

Release Date: 
Friday, December 10, 2010