[dropcap]R[/dropcap]elay For Life of Doral held its kickoff event at Dave & Busters to begin the season leading up to the 2015 Relay with a bang. Close to 350 people confirmed their attendance to the event that raised over $5,500.00, six months out from the event. The purpose was to recruit volunteers, fundraise, and create awareness for the American Cancer Society (ACS) and its Relay For Life program.
Six new survivors were identified and 6 new ACS Cancer Advocacy Network individuals committed to joining the masses of people around the country to advocate for issues and solutions surrounding cancer and legislation. Event Chairman, Miami-Dade County Commissioner of District 12, Jose “Pepe” Diaz and City of Doral Vice Mayor, Christy Fraga, were in attendance to lead and rally the attendees.
Dave & Busters provided $20,000.00 in food, drinks, and entertainment, which included a magician, balloon artist, photo booth, Marlins Energy Team, and Dolphins Cheerleaders. Also, unlimited game play cards were made available to the participants.
The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Doral 2015 will be held at JC Bermudez Park on April 11, 2015 from noon to 10:00 pm. This year’s theme, Carnival for a Cure, will encompass family style midway carnival games throughout the event. For more information on how you can join the Doral movement in fighting cancer, please contact the lead volunteer Jackeline Alers-Duany at firstname.lastname@example.org or 305-972-6636.
About Your American Cancer Society
As the largest voluntary health organization in the United States, the American Cancer Society is passionately committed to saving lives from cancer. We’re working to create a world with less cancer and more birthdays – a world where cancer never steals another year from anyone’s life. We combine our relentless passion with the wisdom of nearly a century of experience to make this vision a reality, and we get results. We save lives by helping people stay well, helping people get well, by finding cures, and fighting back. Thanks in part to this work, more than 14 million cancer survivors – and countless others who have avoided the disease will celebrate another birthday this year.