Karmanos Annual Dinner 2014

On April 26, patrons gathered at the Karmanos Cancer Institute's annual dinner at the Fox Theatre to raise funds for continuous improvements to its care of those with cancer. Photographs by Christine M.J. Hathaway


Published:

Edit Module
Edit Module Edit ModuleShow Tags

Archive »Related Content

Gold Rush Gala 2016

On Sept. 9, Camp Casey held the Gold Rush Gala at Roostertail in Detroit, celebrating a year of accomplishments. Guests were encouraged to wear gold in support of Childhood Cancer Awareness month. The evening featured drinks, hor d'oeuvres, live entertainment, a silent auction and more. All proceeds benefitted Camp Casey, a nonprofit horseback riding program for children with cancer and rare blood disorders.

Wine & Dine in the D 2016

On Sept. 21, Wine and Dine in the D took over the entire fourth floor of the Westin Book Cadillac in Detroit. The event featured a strolling dinner with cuisine from 24 of Detroit's top restaurants and live entertainment from the Ursula Walker/Buddy Budson Quintet. Proceeds benefited the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.

Summer of Love 2016

On Sept. 16, the Cranbrook Art Museum hosted the Summer of Love Garden Party on their grounds in Bloomfield Hills. The evening was based off of the wildly popular exhibition,“Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia,” featuring psychedelic music, munchies, and drinks. Proceeds benefited the museum’s exhibitions and educational programs.

Hope Shines 2016

On Sept. 16, the New Day Foundation for Families hosted the Hope Shines, An Evening Under the Stars gala at Eastern Market in Detroit. Guests enjoyed an exquisite evening of cocktails, dining, and dancing. Proceeds benefited the foundation's mission to reduce the effects of financial toxicity and have a positive impact on treatment outcomes and survivorship through financial assistance and emotional support programs for cancer patients and their families.

Women's Harvest Lunch 2016

On Sept. 16, Forgotten Harvest hosted its 3rd annual Women's Harvest Lunch in Eastern Market. Women from all over metro Detroit came together to make a difference while learning about the organization firsthand. Proceeds benefited the operations of the Forgotten Harvest Farm in Fenton, which provides more than 600,000 pounds of fresh, nutritious vegetables for metro Detroit’s hungry children and families.
Edit Module
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Most Popular

  1. Tip of the Mitt Shakes Up the Michigan Wine Map
    State gains first new AVA in nearly three decades
  2. Hour Detroit and Detroit Home’s Downtown Living Tour 2016
    More than 700 guests attended the first-annual Downtown Living Tour on August 5 and 6 to get a...
  3. Communing With Nature
    Pray among the pines in Hartwick Pines State Park’s log-cabin chapel
  4. Saluti to a Giant
    St. Julian’s David Braganini helped cement Michigan’s reputation for excellence