We hope you will join us this year to “OUT SHINE” cancer.
In the process of nibbling, sipping, shopping, chatting, learning & laughing, you will be helping us to raise money for three amazing local charities whom will be the beneficiaries of this year’s Sparkle, Shimmer, Shine Girls Night Out event.
Each of these charities helps to shine a light on the more personal aspects of cancer. How cancer affects not only the physical health of the patients, but the emotional well-being and daily lives of the patients and their families.
Retreats dedicated to Mom’s of children with cancer who are given this opportunity to unwind, feel empowered, connect with other moms and to discover learning a balanced life. Learn more at empoweringgrace.com
Their mission is to create lasting memories while celebrating milestones in the lives of children whose families have been affected by cancer. They are focused on the strength and well-being of the entire family. Realizing the need for families to have some normalcy while going through cancer, and their desire to help each child feel special, not only is the child who has been diagnosed with cancer eligible for a birthday party, but also their siblings. Learn more at celebratemefoundation.org
Provides a network of support and programs for Breast Cancer “thrivers”. “Breast cancer forces us to confront our mortality, our sense of self-identity, our physical appearance, our relationships with others, and the sense of control we have over our own lives. But just like the disease itself, this personal attack is something we can overcome.” Pink Lemonade Project programs include Healing Retreats, Mentor Coaching Programs and an Annual Brave Day. Learn more at pinklemonadeproject.org
If you are interested in being a corporate sponsor, donating an item to our auction, or helping CAMEO in some other way, please contact Marci and she will make sure your contact information is forwarded to the right person!
CAMEO (Cathy Anna Mayer Encouraging Others) was formed in honor and memory of Cathy Mayer, who passed away due to complications of breast cancer in November of 2004. Cathy's surviving friends and family created CAMEO in reflection of the love she held for her four young children, her family and friends.
CAMEO’s purpose is to raise funds for local charities who are committed to enhancing and improving the lives of children and families in need within Southwest Washington, and who are dependent upon charitable donations from the community. Annually we host an event to benefit charities in our community. We hope that with the money raised at the annual “girls night out” event, it will not only educate the attendees about the charities in need, but also help to catapult the organizations to succeed in their missions. See how you can help.