Benefitting Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation
ORLANDO, Fla. (October 6, 2017) – Pink Bash is an annual community celebration and fundraiser event designed to bring breast cancer awareness to Central Florida in an interactive, uplifting way. Pink Bash features a survivor fashion show, live music, pink carpet photos, a silent auction, enter-to-win prizes and more — all to support the cause and honor those that are fighting, have been touched or have lost their battle to breast cancer.
Friday, October 20, 2017
5 – 9 p.m.
West Meadow of Central Park, Winter Park
150 W Morse Blvd, Winter Park, FL 32789
Pink Bash offers a vibrant line-up of activities throughout the evening including:
Survivor Fashion Show – presented by Dillard’s and featuring local Central Florida survivors
Signature Cocktails, Beer & Wine- complimentary signature cocktails, beer & wine
Live Music by Vintage Vinyl Band
Gourmet Food – Featuring the area’s best restaurants (available for purchase)
Fundraising Activities and Exclusive Prizes
Advance General Admission: $20 per person ($30 at the door) – Includes admission, a Pink Bash tasting glass and complimentary beer, wine and signature cocktails. Food is available for purchase at the event.
Tickets may be purchased at www.orlandosentinel.com/pinkbash.
Use promo code PINK for $5 off advance purchase tickets.
Pink Bash is produced by Orlando Sentinel Media Group. A portion of the event proceeds benefits Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation, a local breast cancer foundation formed in Central Florida to provide support directly to Central Floridians.
“By honoring breast cancer survivors and raising funds during the Pink Bash event, we can achieve our goals and continue to provide vital breast health services and education to the undeserved Central Florida community,” said Robin Maynard-Harris, founder and executive director of Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation.
“Cancer has or will affect every single one of us in one way or another. The City of Winter Park proudly stands with Libby’s Legacy for their work to promote education, research and innovative medical care in the fight against breast cancer. We thank Libby’s Legacy for their work toward this goal, and appreciate all who support this mission by participating in amazing events such as the 6th Annual Pink Bash.” Steve Leary, Winter Park Mayor.
Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation was formed in 2007 just a year after Robin and Marty lost their mom, Libby Maynard, to Stage IV Breast Cancer. Libby was full of fun, faith and courage. The organization hopes to embody her spirit through the foundation by being secure enough to be vulnerable, strong enough to be gentle, wise enough to be humble and powerful enough to serve others. The mission of Libby’s Legacy is to provide comprehensive breast health care to the underserved Central Florida community through education, mammograms, follow up diagnostics and Hope Coaches on the journey from diagnosis to treatment and beyond. For more information visit www.libbyslegacy.org.
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