Derby Divas is a special night of shopping, fun and friendship to benefit Norton Cancer Institute Breast Health Program.
Thursday, April 18, 2019
6:30 to 9 p.m.
Rodes For Him and For Her
4938 Brownsboro Road
In memory of Shantel Lanerie
The Diaz Family Foundation
Austin & Jane Musselman Foundation
Fashion – Food – Wine – Cocktails
All to help fund mammograms for underserved women in our community
$65 pre-admission • $75 at the door • $35 young professionals (age 30 and under)
Sales tax included
Purchase your advance ticket now.
The first 50 registrants to pay a special $135 admission price will receive an exclusive gift bag filled with beauty products and goodies from Cassis Dermatology & Aesthetics Center and Rodes For Him and For Her.
RSVP by April 17.
Proceeds benefit the Norton Healthcare Breast Health Program, including the Derby Divas Breast Health Center at Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital.
Would you like to help?
Can’t attend but interested in helping the cause?
Make a donation
Choose Norton Healthcare Foundation and write Derby Divas in the “other” box.
Win a stay on a private island in Belize!
$100 per ticket
Getaway package includes:
- A seven-night stay for two on Cayo Espanto, a private island in Belize
- Accommodations, meals, snacks and cocktails
- $1,000 toward airfare
- Package valued at over $10,000
VisitAPrivateIsland.com for additional information.
(Dates based on availability. Blackout dates apply.)
Drawing will be held April 18, 2019, at 7:45 p.m. during the Derby Divas event at Rodes For Him and For Her. Need not be present to win. Net proceeds from the raffle support Norton Cancer Institute through the Norton Healthcare Foundation. Charitable gaming #0002366.
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