The 2018 Lung Cancer Research Foundation’s Strolling Supper took place on November 7, 2018 and was another fantastic evening of fundraising in New York City raising $1.3 million. LCRF
The event took place at Gotham Hall, a converted bank in midtown and hosted about 300 people for an evening of entertainment by Sutton Foster, Tony Award winner and star of Younger, delicious food, a wonderful silent auction and learning about all of the good work that the Lung Cancer Research Foundation does to fund cures and treatments for the number one cancer killer in the world. Although this disese is the number one cancer killer in the world, it's the most under funded, only recieving
Guests were shows an inspiring video highlighting the impact of Lung Cancer Research Foundations studies and in celebration of the Strolling Supper, several New York City skyline spires, One Bryant Park, One World Trade Center and One Five One West 42, were illuminated in signature LCRF blue.
As a greeter at the event, I welcomed the guests and instructed them about how to participate in the silent auction. Out of the many events I have been to, this event had some of the most attentitive attendees who were silent during the video presentation and who really took the mesage to heart. The mission of the LCRF was apparent in all aspects of the event, reminding the guests the important reason they were there.
Learn more about LCRF and how you can help on their website here: www.lungcancerresearchfoundation.org/