Breast Cancer Gala Dinner News
Cost U Less is a Pink Ribbon Sponsor of the Breast Cancer Gala Dinner. They have donated a voucher to the value of CI$200 for our silent auction. Joe Thorne, the Manager says “Cost U Less is proud to support the Cayman Breast Cancer Foundation. Personal health and Wellness is very important to Cost U Less Read more »
Formerly “The Suite Elite Band” This dynamic, talented 5 piece band will make your party or event one to be talked about forever, their eclectic repertoire ranges from the 50’s through to today’s biggest hits. “7 Miles Long” have the reputation of Caymans No1 Party band, with the bands diversified and experienced line up you Read more »
The 9th annual Cayman Islands Breast Cancer Foundation Gala was held on Saturday, October 1st at The Ritz-Carlton and RE/MAX Cayman Islands is extremely proud to be the Gala’s Title Sponsor. Breast Cancer Foundation Board Members, Kim Lund and James Bovell, opened the evening with an update on the charity’s work. Both spoke about the Read more »
The 2015 Breast Cancer Gala Dinner keynote speaker was JOAN LUNDEN, an award-winning journalist, best-selling author, motivational speaker, successful entrepreneur, one of America’s most recognized and trusted television personalities. In addition, the Breast Cancer Foundation is reaching out directly to those who are diagnosed with breast cancer and need help: be it emotional and/or financial. Read more »
The 2015 Breast Cancer Gala will be held on Saturday October 03rd at the Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman. Sure to be a fabulous event!
The lucky winner receives her prize from BCF directors Kim Lund and James Bovell
The 2013 BREAST CANCER GALA DINNER was held on SATURDAY OCTOBER 5TH at the Ritz Carlton, Grand Cayman. 560 breast cancer gala guests enjoyed a phenomenal evening of great entertainment and superb food! The incomparable Vicki Wheaton was MC for the night so there was never a dull moment . Her smooth wit and hysterical hats set the scene for Read more »
This year’s glitzy Breast Cancer Gala Dinner broke its own fundraising record when attendees contributed more than $150,000 to the charity.