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Ovarian Cancer Canada is proud to present LOVE HER, a fashionable evening dedicated to raising awareness and funds to overcome ovarian cancer. With events taking place in select cities nationwide, LOVE HER is a tradition that started four years ago.
Equal parts fun and style, the event highlights an important message about the country’s most serious women’s cancer, a cancer with no effective screening test. In Canada, an estimated 17,000 women live with ovarian cancer and 2,600 are newly diagnosed each year.
“The evening aims to promote awareness of ovarian cancer in our community. We are proud to help organize an elegant, fashionable night out to honour ovarian cancer survivors while celebrating with great fashion, food and fantastic entertainment,” say Claudette Coutts and Candice Naylen, Co-Chairs of the Organizing Committee.
“As part of CIBC’s long term commitment to providing hope and support to people living with cancer in our communities, we are proud to once again partner with Ovarian Cancer Canada in presenting LOVE HER,” says Monique Giroux, Vice-President Sponsorship Marketing & Strategy at CIBC. “Through our involvement in this cause, that’s very close to our hearts, we hope to build vital awareness while honouring women in true LOVE HER style.”
LOVE HER features entertainment from Canadian Comedian Jessica Holmes, best known for her work on Royal Canadian Air Farce; goodies from National Beauty Partner Elizabeth Arden; fashions from Calgary fashion destination OOH LA LA Womenswear and an array of exciting auction items.
“Organizing Committees in each of the hosting cities are working tirelessly to ensure there is something for everyone,” says Elisabeth Baugh, CEO, Ovarian Cancer Canada. “We hope you will join us for an unforgettable evening in support of this great cause.”
LOVE HER takes place at Hotel Arts on March 5, 2015. Tickets are available at love-her.ca.
About Ovarian Cancer Canada
Ovarian Cancer Canada is the only national charity in Canada dedicated solely to overcoming ovarian cancer. It provides leadership by supporting women and families living with the disease, raising awareness in the general public and with healthcare professionals, and funding research to develop reliable early detection techniques, improved treatments and ultimately, a cure. To learn more, visit ovariancanada.org.