In 2013, Angelina Jolie had a double mastectomy, largely based on the results of genetic testing, and the world started talking about BRCA genes. While awareness is good, education is better – getting the RIGHT information to the RIGHT people. I had genetic...
Ok. Let’s imagine that YOU have cancer. You find a good doc, show up for treatments and fight through the side effects. But what else do you do? How would you take care of yourself? Are you imagining heathy meals, daily exercise and meditation? Lots of green...
You know what we don’t talk about enough? Caregivers. Because listen, none of us would be where we are without them. So today, a big shout-out to all of you. I recently interviewed 3 caregivers. Dick, Dara and Dana. Nope, I didn’t choose just people with D names. That...
I think as long as it’s January, we can still say Happy New Year so Happy New Year! I don’t know about you, but for me, the holidays can be difficult in so many ways. You see people you haven’t seen in a while, which leads to a lot of cancer talk. The food is...
Below is a guest-post written by Penny Daugherty, RN, MS, OCN and Oncology Nurse Navigator at Northside Hospital. A diagnosis of cancer catapults you as patients and caregivers into emotional chaos as well as an instant feeling of loss of control over your lives. You...
May 8th is World Ovarian Cancer Day, a day to honor the women who are survivors as well as those who left us too soon. This year we will be raising money “In Her Honor” to celebrate the lives of women who have suffered from this disease. It takes a village and the best way to band together is to raise money for research, improving the lives of women in the future. Help us reach our goal of $20,000!
Registration Opens Soon! Until then, contact us for more information on how you can support “In Her Honor.”
The Ovarian Cancer Institute is honored to host its annual signature event An Evening at Bacchanalia in September (date TBD). This private dinner features elite wine parings, a private cellar wine auction and an award-winning meal prepared by one of Atlanta’s most celebrated chefs, Anne Quatrano.
Presenting Sponsor – $15,000 Priority seating Complimentary take-home champagne provided for the table (qty. 4) Special recognition on menu Additional 10 minutes of private silent auction bidding Special recognition in the post event thank you letter Special recognition on the company website Special recognition in the company newsletters Special recognition in the event program and event invitation Special thank you from the podium 8 tickets
Grand Cru Sponsor – $10,000 Additional 10 minutes of private silent auction bidding Special recognition in the post event thank you letter Special recognition on the company website Special recognition in the company newsletter Special recognition in the event program and event invitation Special thank you from the podium 6 tickets
Premier Cru Sponsor – $5,000 Special recognition on the company website Special recognition in company newsletter Special recognition in the event program and event invitation Special thank you from the podium 4 tickets
Cru Classe Sponsor – $3,500 Special recognition in company newsletter Special recognition in the event program and event invitation Special thank you from the podium 2 tickets
Le Diner Patron – $2,000 Special recognition in the event program 2 tickets
Billet Patron – $750 (This level will open August 1) 1 ticket
(Sunday) 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
1198 Howell Mill Road Atlanta, GA 30318
Ovarian Cancer Instituteinfo@ovariancancerinstitute.org