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Cattle Baron’s Ball Set for August 29th (American Cancer Society)

Posted at August 21, 2015 by Comments Off on Cattle Baron’s Ball Set for August 29th (American Cancer Society)

Funds Raised at Cattle Baron’s Ball of Austin Will Help the American Cancer Society Serve More Central Texas Cancer Patients

WHAT: The American Cancer Society 21st Anniversary Cattle Baron’s Ball of Austin will include live music, gourmet southern cuisine and cocktails, fabulous live and silent auction items, and uniquely Texas activities and games. Country music singer and Texas’ own Lee Roy Parnell will be rocking the stage as this year’s headline entertainment. 

WHEN: Saturday, August 29, 2015 at 7 p.m.
WHERE: JW Marriott, located at 110 East 2nd Street

During the live auction, there will be a special bid called the “restricted gift ask” where all of the funds donated during that paddle raise go to a specific cause of the American Cancer Society.  This year’s Cattle Baron’s Ball committee chose ACS programs and services. 

  • 24/7 Hotline: American Cancer Society National Cancer Information Center (NCIC): located in Austin, provides free information and support every minute of every day to constituents who visit or call 1-800-227-2345;
  • Lodging: the American Cancer Society partners with local hotels across the country to provide rooms for cancer patients and their caregivers traveling for treatment.
  • Transportation: The American Cancer Society Road To Recovery® program provides free rides to cancer patients to and from treatments and cancer-related appointments. Trained volunteer drivers donate their time and the use of their personal vehicles to help patients get to the treatments they need.
  • Side Effects: Look Good Feel Better® workshops help women with cancer manage the appearance-related side effects of treatment. Trained volunteer beauty professionals teach simple techniques on skin care, makeup, and nail care, and give practical tips on hair loss, wigs, and head coverings.

BACKGROUND: In Austin, the American Cancer Society currently funds eight researchers at The University of Texas at Austin, with a total investment of more than $3.7 million.  Statewide, the Society funds nearly $36 million in research, including $11.5 million at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.  Beyond research, the American Cancer Society also provides free programs and services to cancer patients and their caregivers.  Last year in Central Texas, cancer patients received more than 8,600 free services from the American Cancer Society, ranging from information and support to much-needed transportation to and from treatment.

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