The Ending Cancer in Our Generation- Silent Auction Benefit Concert for Young Adult Cancer Awareness; October 9th
The beautiful castle theater is under new management, full of $1.5 million in renovations and is the perfect spot to have the first ever Ending Cancer in Our Generation Benefit concert. Located in the Cultural District of downtown Bloomington, what a fantastic way to explore this newest gem while fighting cancer in young adults.
Tickets will be $10 and will include food and all events scheduled. Other items will be for sale as well. Tickets available at event or for purchase online here:
Make sure to send an email to email@example.com if you purchase online and use a different email than your account.
A link to print off your tickets will be sent after payment is received
In 2005, I was diagnosed with Glioblastoma Multiforme, an aggressive form of brain cancer, while completing my final year at ISU. I had no idea that every year 70,000 young adults are diagnosed with cancer or that of the 30 million college students there are now, 1 in every 100 are a cancer survivor. These statistics remain constant in our age group and the purpose of this concert is to raise awareness while also raising money for some of the top names in the Young Adult cancer awareness movement. The earlier a cancer is found the better the odds of survival are, with college students juggling many other life elements; it can be difficult to understand that young adult can and do get cancer and it can happen to them.
I'm Too Young For This! Cancer Foundation, Inc.
A 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization Registered in New York
Improve both survival rates and quality of life for young adults living with, through and beyond cancer, while empowering them to achieve their peak potential and get busy living through their survivorship.
Planet Cancer is a LIVESTRONG Initiative.
The Lance Armstrong Foundation is a 501(c)(3) under federal tax guidelines.
Planet Cancer provides a critical community of peer support and advocacy for young adults with cancer.
SAMFund (Surviving and Moving Forward)
The SAMFund is a 501 (c)(3) Not-For-Profit Organization.
The SAMFund provides grants and scholarships to young adult survivors to help supplement money that was lost during treatment. The grants and scholarships we provide help pay for transitional issues such as education, living, job search and lingering medical expenses. We will partner with existing organizations to provide the best support possible so that these young adults can not only survive, but truly move forward.
Spirit Jump is a 501(c)(3) grassroots nonprofit organization
Spirit Jump’s mission is to provide hope and comfort to the many men, women and children battling cancer. Spirit Jump accomplishes this by providing uplifting cards and inspirational gifts during this most difficult time.
Alexa Wilkinson is a singer songwriter based out of NYC. She has toured and shared the stage with Ingrid Michaelson, Josh Kelley, Natasha Beddingfield, Mieka Pauly, Bess Rogers, Vanessa Carlton, Dar Williams, Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers,Rosi Golan, Kate Voegele and many more. She has had various songs from her debut album "Lullaby Appetite" and her sophomore album "Lions" featured on MTV's "The Hills", CBS's "NCIS: NY" & "Make It or Break It", and many others.
Personal note: I love Alexa Wilkinson, she is the reason I had a home concert and she is just that awesome!
The event will provide reusable totes of awareness materials for several different cancer organizations free for all attendees. There will be guest survivor speakers to bring the message home to the students, as well as food to be served. Press releases have been written and will be sent out at a date closer to the event. It will be marketed both online and in print and will be a great way to show that your business cares about young adults.
There are two ways your place of business can be a part of this exciting event.
Bronze Sponsor- $100 and less
Silver Sponsor- $200
All Sponsors will be listed on the web site as well as in an awareness pamphlet at the benefit and on the contributed baskets.
If you have any questions or need any more information, please contact me; check out the Drop me a line page
Above is a modified version of my sponsor sheet, adding pics and the page link. If you would like the original for seeking sponsorship or to be a sponsor yourself just send me an email at: Jetty @ jettysbrainbook.com.
This sheet is to raise more awareness for anyone who visits my site.
If you would like to do fundraising for the benefit as well, please see this Fund Raising Sheet (Word Doc 2007)(Word Doc 97-2003)It would be a big honor to have people from all over the world helping this succeed!
or donate by credit card through Paypal.
Would you rather donate an item? We have a target gift registry here: http://www.target.com/lists/012013700000046
and an Amazon Wish List here: http://amzn.com/w/2UR70STTBTI0R
Why not try approaching your local favorites and see if they might like to hold an Ending Cancer in Our Generation Benefit night with a portion of the proceeds going to the Benefit?
Interested? I made this document to help advertise (make changes as necessary) Benefit Night Flyer and here is a letter I wrote to help explain some of the finer points, it is written from my perspective but you should be able to show it to business in your area as well; Cancer Letter