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The Friends and host chef Jeremy Sewall raised funds for innovative research and patient care at Dana-Farber at the Hotel Commonwealth and the Hawthorne on April 7.
The two-part event featured an interactive dinner with celebrity chefs including Jody Adams, Tiffani Faison, Andy Husbands, William Kovel, Michael Schlow, and Jasper White
More than 500 dancers raised $24,000 for breast and ovarian cancer research at Dana-Farber at the seventh annual Dancing for a Cure fundraiser, held February 4, 2017, in Mashpee, MA. The fundraiser, which features a 5K dance marathon, was created by Susan Mendoza Friedman of the Friends of Dana-Farber in honor of her friend Karen Schek, who was diagnosed with stage III ovarian cancer at 51. Visit www.dancingforacure.net for more information.
Saks Fifth Avenue partnered with the Friends of Dana-Farber to present the annual nationwide "Key To The Cure" initiative to fight women's cancers. For one weekend in October (October 27-30), Saks donated two percent of all clothing sales to the Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers. The Friends also hosted a cocktail event on October 27 at Saks Fifth Avenue Boston to showcase the stories and lifestyles of prominent supporters of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Attendees joined Jenny Johnson, two-time Emmy Award winner and co-host of NESN Dining Playbook, at South Shore Plaza on October 6, 2016, for Fashion Gives Back, a runway show and party benefiting the Friends. Guests enjoyed complimentary cocktails and culinary delights, and viewed the hottest fall fashions from Nordstrom and other premier brands, while supporting cancer research and patient care at Dana-Farber.
The Friends celebrated 40 years and honored Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh for his leadership at RISE, the organization’s annual gala. Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker also joined the Friends in recognizing Dana-Farber President and CEO Edward J. Benz Jr., MD, for his 16 years at the helm of Dana-Farber. The event raised more than $420,000 for cancer research and patient care at Dana-Farber.