The Hope Ball is the most elegant and premier ball in the Upstate and is the primary fundraising event for the Cancer Society of Greenville County. The Hope Ball, which is held every 2 years, is an elegant black tie dinner and dance and will be held on Friday, April 27, 2018 at the Poinsett Club. Attendance is approximately 500 people. Our goal for 2018 is to raise $550,000+ with the proceeds going directly to offer hope, help and healing to local cancer patients.
Guests will be WOWED by the beautiful and elegant decor as Oliver Hooper Events will be providing their talent and expertise.
The night will include a chef inspired delectable dinner, fabulous wines, and delicious cocktails.
Guests will dance the night away to the music of The Steel Toe Stilettos.
The 2018 event is being led by Amanda Arscott and a committee of over 30 compassionate and hard working ladies.
We guarantee a fabulous time will be had by all who attend.
$0.89 of every dollar raised from this event will remain local to help our friends, family and neighbors who are battling cancer here at home. Cancer makes people vulnerable on many levels. While attacking the body it can drain financial resources, strain caregivers and overwhelm families. For the past 53 years the Cancer Society of Greenville County has provided families with hope, support, financial assistance, free medical supplies and equipment, transportation assistance, free nutritional supplements, counseling services and cancer education. Cancer prevention and awareness programs have also been provided to the general population. We are not affiliated with American Cancer Society and are completely dependent on local donations. All funding comes from the Greenville community and all funding remains in Greenville. We provide anyone with a cancer diagnosis direct hope, help and healing.
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