Power of Pink Gala

Friday, Oct. 19, 2018

Kye’s in Jeffersonville

Since 2015, the Power of Pink has raised more than $134,000 to help create and provide operational support to the the Norton Cancer Institute Pat Harrison Resource Center in Jeffersonville, Indiana. The staff of the News and Tribune and other dedicated volunteers organize an annual gala fundraiser attended by more than 400 guests. It is a formal affair and includes dinner, live music, silent and live auctions and more. This year, for the first time, there will be an after party featuring The Louisville Crashers. Tickets for the after party will be sold separately.

The Norton Cancer Institute Pat Harrison Resource Center opened its doors on the Clark Memorial Hospital campus in Jeffersonville in February 2016. Since that time, the center has touched the lives of hundreds of people affected by cancer. It offers up-to-date information on cancer prevention and treatment, as well as a variety of free support services to address the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those impacted by the disease. Some services provided include music therapy, massage, clinical trial searches, wigs, prosthetics, turbans, nutritional counseling, educational classes, a lending library and more.

Join Us for the After Gala Bash!

When the doors close at the Power of Pink Gala, the party begins at the After Gala Bash! Dance the night away and support a great cause after our gala celebration. Join us at the After Gala Bash with the Louisville Crashers and help raise funds for men and women facing breast cancer.

Power of Pink | After Gala Bash featuring the Louisville Crashers
Kye’s in Jeffersonville
Tickets: $25

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Proceeds from the Power of Pink support the Norton Cancer Institute Pat Harrison Resource Center.

Norton Healthcare Foundation

Norton Healthcare Foundation

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