FLINT — Great fun for a great cause returns this year on Thursday, Oct. 4 when Pink Night Palooza takes over the Holiday Inn Gateway Center.
Pink Night Palooza gives you the power to change lives right here in Genesee County. Funds raised during the dynamic night out, stay local, helping local women. That means your neighbors, friends, family, even fellow business owners who might be survivors or currently battling breast cancer may benefit. You will meet some of them and hear their inspirational stories of survival.
Hundreds of supporters are expected to attend Pink Night Palooza as the event celebrates 10 years of raising money for those affected by breast cancer. This year’s event includes a tantalizing assortment of appetizers and desserts, drink specials, the iconic Brartistry Fashion Show, a Live Auction led by Chris Swanson, a Silent Auction of irresistible items, games and more fun surprises!
Hurley Medical Center is the first local hospital to have a Breast Cancer Navigator program. From diagnosis to treatment to breast reconstruction to long-term follow-up, their caring, highly trained breast navigator supports patients going through breast cancer treatment. With the support of the community, she can also help with the financial and emotional burdens of recovery. Because of the costs associated with programs like these, Hurley has enlisted the help of the community, hosting a number of events and fundraisers to help benefit these women in need. The largest of the fundraisers that directly supplement the Breast Navigator Program is Pink Night Palooza.
The Pink Night Palooza event was first announced two years ago when Financial Plus Credit Union’s Pink Night fundraiser teamed up with Hurley Foundation’s Pink Palooza fundraiser. The two groups joined forces to make an even bigger impact on the community.
Help keep the tradition of empowerment going on Thursday, Oct. 4 at Holiday Inn Gateway Center. Tickets, sponsorship opportunities and cool swag are available at: www.hurleymc.com/pink/