Reston, VA, August 15, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Tigerlily Foundation (Tigerlily) is excited to announce a major summer charity event.
Tigerlily Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit breast cancer foundation that supports young women affected by breast cancer, is having a Bachelor/Bachelorette Auction Charity Event. On August 28, 2008, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., join Tigerlily Foundation and friends for an event to benefit young women living with breast cancer.
Bid to "win" your favorite bachelor/bachelorette, enjoy some music and appetizers, and connect with other young people who are passionate about creating change and supporting a cause that affects everyone of us - men and women alike.
Washington Mystics players will make an appearance, and there will be other surprise guests as well. The funds raised at this event will go to support young women under 40 living with breast cancer and undergoing treatment.
Visit http://www.tigerlilyfoundation.org/, Events page, for more information and to purchase tickets. Call 1-888-580-6253 for more information or email email@example.com.
Tigerlily’s founder, Maimah Karmo, is “excited about the contributions we are making to the community. We look forward to educating and empowering young women about breast cancer, saving lives and inspiring women to achieve new heights!” A sought after speaker, published writer, breast cancer and women’s rights advocate, Ms. Karmo is committed to advocating for breast cancer awareness, educating women (and men) around the world about breast cancer; and empowering them to celebrate their lives every day by harnessing their personal power.
Tigerlily’s programs provide chemotherapy buddy support, group meetings for young survivors, raise funds for people in need of financial aid, offer beauty and pampering services to women undergoing treatment and is dedicated to providing breast cancer support to the women around the world. They are also particularly dedicated to helping those in underserved communities and minorities. Visit www.tigerlilyfoundation.org today to learn about their programs and services, to volunteer with them or to donate.