77th Annual Pink Ball - Saturday, April 20
Country Club of Jackson, 3135 Horton Rd
The Volunteers of Allegiance Health invite you to the 77th Annual Pink Ball:
- 6 p.m. - Social Hour and Playing JACKSONOPOLY
- 7 p.m. - Dinner
- 8 p.m. - Dancing and Playing JACKSONOPOLY
- Reservations needed by Friday, April 5
- $125 per person ($75 tax deductible)
- JACKSONOPOLY game play will include the purchase of Chance Cards to enter a themed basket raffle, a life-size game board silent auction, a Free Parking 50/50, a fun Go to Jail game, and more
- Proceeds from the 2013 Pink Ball will benefit the Graduate Medical Education program
- Dress like a million bucks!
For questions, registration and information on corporate tables, contact Volunteer Services at (517) 788-4840 or email Zachary.Newman@AllegianceHealth.org.
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About the Pink Ball
For over seventy-five years, the Pink Ball has been a signature event in the Jackson community. Started by the W.A. Foote Auxiliary, the Pink Ball is now coordinated by the Volunteers of Allegiance Health. The Pink Ball is the largest fundraising effort each year for the Volunteers of Allegiance Health.
Annual proceeds from the Pink Ball are given to the Allegiance Health Foundation to benefit important expansion and improvement projects within the health system. Some past projects have included the Heart and Vascular Center, the Gayle M. Jacob Cancer Center and the trauma program.
Lights of Love
This beautiful annual celebration, held in December and organized by the Volunteers of Allegiance Health and Jackson County Medical Society Alliance, remembers the people both living and deceased whose lives have touched us in meaningful ways. Each tree’s green and yellow lights represent a loved one, friend, care giver or community leader, and the name of each person represented and the donor are listed on a scroll in the hospital lobby.
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“The annual Lights of Love event symbolizes the true spirit of the holiday—holding our families and friends in the bright light of the season and remembering those who hold a special place in our hearts.” — Pat Hillman, Lights of Love Co-Chair, Volunteers of Allegiance Health
Proceeds have been used to support life-affirming services such as Allegiance Hospice Home and the future Allegiance Cancer Center.
This year, Lights of Love will support the Allegiance Graduate Medical Education Program, which will provide resources to our residents and ensure that the gift of compassionate and appropriate care continues at Allegiance Health.
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