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Involvement can mean so many things. Whether it’s donating to the cause, volunteering your time, attending our events or even needing our assistance, we are all in this together. We’re joining hands as a community to rally and give support to one another. This disease is much bigger and has effected more families, but together, we can make strides to making cancer history. 



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moments that encourage and inspire

For nearly a decade, we have hosted our annual event at John Brewer’s Tavern in Malden. What started as an idea to gather a few friends to raise a couple of extra dollars turned into years of events, hundreds of guests, and thousands of dollars raised. We along with countless friends, family, and community, anticipate this event each year, a night out with friends, amazing raffles from near and far, music and delicious food all for a great cause.

Last year we anticipated increasing the number of fundraising events we host but given current global circumstances, we were unable to expand our in-person fundraising efforts. We are heartbroken that for the first time in nine years we will not be hosting our annual event.


But, we are more than confident that we will all be back together fundraising for this amazing cause very soon


John Brewer's Tavern Fundraiser +

Our main event, hosted since day one. Raffles, a DJ, signature cocktails, and delicious food: this is the main fundraising event where we raise about 85% of yearly funds.

John Brewer's Tavern Fundraiser

Holiday Shopping Fundraiser +

Held in early November, we hosted a shopping event where a percentage of all purchases supported our fundraising efforts. It was a wonderful night filled with champagne, hors d’oeuvres, friends, and a great cause all while checking off items from holiday shopping lists!

Holiday Shopping Fundraiser

"I believe in pink. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong and I believe in miracles."

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