On Tuesday October 23, Patty’s Pals Foundation hosted a Ladies Night at FoxFire Restaurant in Geneva, IL to raise money for the Kellogg Cancer Center and their fight against breast cancer. Assisting Hands Schaumburg was proud to have participated in this event and help raise money to support breast cancer patients and their families through their treatment and recovery.
Ladies Night is a fundraising event for women to come together for a night of fun with good food, drinks, and several activities. This year’s event included specialty entrees, rosé flights, Penrose Brewery beer tasting, raffle prizes, glassware painting, and live music.
Participants also got complimentary make-up and pink hair extensions with a donation of $10. The women who participate in this event always have a great time, especially knowing that they are helping a good cause.
The Patty’s Pals Foundation is a group of friends and family members that was created when Patricia Kraegel was diagnosed with breast cancer. They hold fundraising events such as Ladies Night to help raise money for non-profit organizations that provide care for cancer patients and do research for care, prevention, and treatments.
Ladies Night was put on to raise money for the Kellogg Cancer Center which provides personalized treatment and support for cancer patients and engages in research to improve cancer treatment, detection, and prevention.
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