Ask.com 'Search for the Cure' program against breast cancer

Ask.com is launching "Search for the Cure" program which involves a $1 million contribution to Susan G. Komen for breast cancer cure. The program seeks to empower consumers in the fight against breast cancer through an interactive, educational experience that doesn't cost them a dime or require much time - which we hope’ll encourage support of […]

Ask.com is launching "Search for the Cure" program which involves a $1 million contribution to Susan G. Komen for breast cancer cure. The program seeks to empower consumers in the fight against breast cancer through an interactive, educational experience that doesn't cost them a dime or require much time - which we hope’ll encourage support of this important cause regardless of financial or schedule constraints," said Scott Garell. The investment’ll occur over the next year, through December 2010. In order to contribute, simply complete tasks such as adding the Komen theme to your Ask.com homepage and then answer breast cancer-related questions during the month of October. You can, of course, use Ask.com to search for the right answer. Ask.com will donate 50 cents for every person that adds the skin and answers the questions correctly.