Komen North Jersey Pink Champagne Lunch & Fashion Show

Join Susan G. Komen North Jersey for an afternoon of celebrating breast cancer survivors, and networking with passionate business leaders and advocates in the fight against breast cancer. The afternoon includes lunch with pink champagne, silent auction, performance by HeART in Motion, and a fashion show featuring survivors modeling fashions by Worth New York.

The Pink Champagne Lunch & Fashion Show supports the fight against breast cancer by heightening awareness, creating a passionate call-to-action and generating funds for screening and diagnostic services, breast health/breast cancer education, treatment support, patient navigation and survivorship programs in NJ, as well as breakthrough national research.

For information or to register, visit www.KomenNorthJersey.org/lunch, or call 908-277-2904.

ABOUT SUSAN G. KOMEN NORTH JERSEY

The mission of Susan G. Komen North Jersey is to save lives by meeting the most critical needs in our communities and investing in breakthrough research to prevent and cure breast cancer. Through the annual Race for the Cure®, Pink Tie Party and other events and activities, Komen North Jersey raises funds to support local community non-profit organizations that provide screening and diagnostic services, breast health/breast cancer education, treatment support, patient navigation and survivorship programs for underserved women and men in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, Union and Warren counties.

Since its founding in 1997, Komen North Jersey has awarded over $19 million in local community grants and has directed more than $7 million to national research programs in pursuit of new breast cancer screening techniques, better and more effective treatment options, and ultimately, the causes and cures to eradicate breast cancer forever.

 Follow us on Facebook.com/KomenNorthJersey and on Twitter at #komennja.

Contact Information
  1. 9082772904
  2. cure@komennorthjersey.org
Thu, September 26
11:30 am — 2:00 pm
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Join Susan G. Komen North Jersey for an afternoon of celebrating breast cancer survivors, and networking with passionate business leaders and advocates in the fight against breast cancer. The afternoon includes lunch with pink champagne, silent auction, performance by HeART in Motion, and a fashion show featuring survivors modeling fashions by Worth New York.

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