Pink Palace Casino Night collects $100,000+ for breast cancer awareness
Alabama’s Pink Palace Casino Night fundraiser collected above 100,000 dollars during their Saturday event, which will be directed towards breast cancer research.
The annual soiree, which gathered more than 300 people this year, managed to raise more than 100,000 US dollars, all of which will be directed at breast cancer research.
The event’s host – Beth Bradner Davis, commented on the success:
“Pink Palace Casino Night has always held an important position in our calendar of annual events, and despite being postponed last year due to the lockdown, this Saturday proved that the evening’s importance has not lessened throughout the years.
I was pleasantly surprised seeing all the huge support our fundraiser got this year, and we will continue this tradition with just as much grace.”
The event incorporated exciting activities, which included a silent auction, aside from the range of table games such as poker, roulette, blackjack and many more.
The raised funds will be directed at breast cancer research across the state of Alabama, mainly via the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center.
The president of the fundraiser’s team of trustee’s and a breast cancer survivor – Laura Hinton, also added to the sentiments:
“As a breast cancer survivor, I am genuinely touched by the support this fundraiser keeps getting every year. Apart from being such a fun, dynamic evening, it serves a great mission of raising awareness on such an important topic.
I am grateful for the continuous support towards research and awareness of this life-threatening condition.”