2015 Sacramento Hope Gala
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American Cancer Society’s
Sacramento Gala

Saturday, September 12, 2015
5:30-10 p.m.
at The Home of Javad and Shirin Rahimian

2015 Sacramento Hope Gala

You're Invited...

In California more than 16 people are diagnosed with cancer every hour of every day.

We hope you will join us in the fight against cancer by participating in Sacramento's 7th Annual American Cancer Society Gala, "A Bounty of Hope”.  This year’s event will be held on Saturday, September, 12, 2015, at the spectacular home of Shirin and Javad Rahimian.  This promises to be an elegant evening of gourmet dining, silent and live auctions, and entertainment. We are delighted to have Arlen Opper, Real Estate Developer and Sacramento Businessman, as our Honorary Chair. 

Patients & family members need information, treatment, support and hope. Since 2009, the American Cancer Society’s “Hope Gala’’ has become a preeminent Sacramento charitable event. The Annual “Hope Gala” has raised more than $1.5 million benefiting cancer research, education, advocacy, patient programs, and services to the Greater Sacramento area.

Please consider:

•    Being a sponsor
•    Attending this special event
•    Purchasing a table
•    Donating an auction item

Join us at the American Cancer Society's Hope Gala “A Bounty of Hope” on Saturday September 12, 2015 for a great night! Great food, a spectacular auction, Best of Live Raffle and much more, provide for this premier event to be one of a kind. And as we come together to party for a cause, the American Cancer Society will continue to save lives and create more birthdays by helping people to stay well and get well, find cures, and fight back against a disease that has taken too many lives.

For nearly a century, the American Cancer Society has fought for every birthday threatened by every cancer in every community. By taking what we’ve learned through research and turning it into what we do, we have contributed to a 15 percent decrease in the overall cancer death rate between the early 1990s and 2005. That means that we helped avoid about 650,000 cancer deaths and created the potential for more birthday celebrations. Overall, 11 million cancer survivors in America will celebrate a birthday this year. Now that’s a reason to party, so join us!

We hope to see you there!