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Alfred Morris Honorary Chair at 4th Annual Pink Tie Charity Ball benefiting Breast Cancer Charity, The IIIB's Foundation

Washington Redskins Pro-Bowler, Alfred Morris to Host 4th Annual Pink Tie Charity Ball
Washington Redskins Pro-Bowler, Alfred Morris to Host 4th Annual Pink Tie Charity Ball

The IIIB’s Foundation is hosting the “4th Annual Pink Tie Charity Ball” to raise funds for their Bosom Buddy Baskets which are presented to women when they wake up in hospitals following breast cancer surgery.  They provide comfort from the pain associated with breast cancer surgery and treatment and lets them know they are not alone in their journey!  This important Event will be held at the Hilton Washington Dulles, February 8, 2014 from 6 pm to 12 am.

Alfred Morris, Washington Redskins Running Back, will host “The 4th Annual Pink Tie Charity Ball” as the Honorary Chair.  The event will feature a Candlelit Served Dinner, an Open Bar, Dancing all night, a Silent Auction, Raffles and Much more!  100% of All Proceeds benefits The IIIB’s Foundation.  Ticket prices are $175 per person.  There are also sponsorship opportunities available.

The IIIB’s of The IIIB’s Foundation stand for Bosom Buddy Baskets.  These baskets are personally designed and hand assembled by the IIIB’s team of volunteers and are inspired by breast cancer survivor & IIIB's founder, Carolyn Rodenburg, who left her lucrative career to dedicate her life to helping other cancer victims during their darkest hours. 

The IIIB’s Foundation is celebrating its 9th anniversary of providing Hundreds of Bosom Buddy Baskets as gifts to breast cancer survivors to ensure that no woman faces breast cancer alone.   They expect to deliver over 2,000 baskets to several area hospitals in the upcoming year.

For more information about The IIIB’s Foundation and how you can help support this amazing cause, go to www.KeepTheCandeGlowing.org.

You will also have the opportunity to donate online if you are unable to attend the event.


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