Ladies Night Out on October 7, raised $120,000 to underwrite the programs Cancer Support Community Pasadena (CSCP) provides free of charge to families facing cancer. The theme this year was “Back in the Saddle Again” – a fitting theme for the organization’s return to in-person events.
Guests gathered for a night of dancing, shopping, and toasting with friends under the stars. The program was led by Mistress of Ceremonies, Holly Sidell, cancer survivor and award-winning performer of “Deconstructing Holly”. CSCP program participant, Leanne Jacobson, shared her own story of how valuable CSCP is to her and how it continues to amaze her as she seeks support.
“Our in-person Ladies Night Out was a long time coming. Friends and supporters came together in a beautiful outdoor setting to enjoy each other’s company and also raise critical funds for CSCP. We surpassed our fundraising goal thanks to our community’s enthusiasm and support around this evening. Proceeds will benefit those in our community who rely on us each year for support, education, and hope as they face cancer.” says Patricia Ostiller, CSCP’s Executive Director.
Special thanks to Ladies Night Out co-chairs Marlene Evans & Becky Harris and their committee, as well as the many sponsors, donors, and Benefactors Society members who made the evening possible.
About Cancer Support Community Pasadena: The mission of Cancer Support Community Pasadena (CSCP) is to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community. For over 31 years, CSCP has provided professionally led support groups, educational workshops, and healthy lifestyle classes for people with all types of cancer and their loved ones, at no charge. More information is available at cscpasadena.org