Special honoree Gordon Hamersley, and honorary chairs Governor Charles D. Baker and First Lady Lauren Baker and Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Lorrie Higgins, celebrated the power of mentoring and our rising young talents at RISE, the Friends of Dana-Farber's annual spring gala, which supported cancer research and patient care at Dana-Farber.
The 17th annual "Chefs Cooking for Hope" event featuring delicious food, signature cocktails, and specialty wine and beers from more than 30 of Boston's top restaurant and wine establishments.
This holiday season, several Cape Cod dance studios teamed up with Dancing for a Cure to raise funds for ovarian and breast cancer research at Dana-Farber. A portion of every ticket sold at these holiday shows benefitted the Friends of Dana-Farber. 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, Saks donated two percent of all clothing sales to the Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers.
An Evening with Friends, the Friends of Dana-Farber’s annual spring gala, featured catered hors d’oeuvres, food, and entertainment from Boston’s own Gary Gulman, with all proceeds directly supporting cancer research and patient support programs at Dana-Farber.
This Dance Marathon featured four hours of non-stop dancing to benefit breast and ovarian cancer research at Dana-Farber.
This holiday show featured dancing to benefit breast and ovarian cancer research at Dana-Farber.
Patients, survivors, families, and friends gathered at the Bridging the Gap in Breast Cancer event to learn about advances in oncology and integrative therapies such as acupuncture and massage therapy.
The Friends of Dana-Farber hosted a fabulous wine dinner with Kevin Zraly at the Artists for Humanity Epicenter to honor the spirit of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Friends of Dana-Farber held a free community education event. Patients, friends, and families from across New England met to learn the latest in lung cancer research and hear one survivor’s inspiring story. Guest speakers included David Barbie, MD, Medical Oncologist, and Dennis Olson, lung cancer survivor. An art tour followed in the Yawkey Art Gallery.
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