Brides Against Breast Cancer contributes to programs for cancer patients, their families and caregivers. They are bringing the “Nationwide Tour of Gowns” to the Hilton Garden Inn in Beavercreek on July 19th & 20th to help ensure that people impacted by cancer have the resources and information they need in their battle with cancer. Funds raised Durning the Tour of Gowns fund programs and services that are FREE to cancer patients, their families and caregivers. Some of the programs include support groups, children’s programs, exercise classes and more. Their goal is to ensure that no one in this country has to face cancer alone.
There will be a VIP ‘Unveiling of the Gowns’ Reception Friday, July 19th from 6-9pm for a $20 tax deductible donation .
Enjoy coffee, tea, entertainment and giveaways. You will be among the very first in the Dayton area to browse through, try on and purchase your selections from our large inventory of gowns, before general admission begins!
The show Saturday, July 20th opens at 10am and runs through 5pm and admission is a$5 donation. It will provide brides-to-be with an opportunity to find their dream gown – at an incredible savings, while contributing to services that provide education, information and outreach to men, women and children affected by cancer. Show sales include hundreds of new, name brand and designer gowns, as well as lovingly worn gowns in various styles and sizes, and they also offer a convenient layaway plan. More than half the gowns presented during each event are new designer gowns that arrive directly from designers, manufacturers and bridal retailers. Most gown prices range from $99 to $799 with designers gowns valued up to $3,900. Gowns are available in sizes from 2 to 24and they also offer accessories including veils and tiaras.
If you have already said “I Do,” please consider donating your gown to BABC, and your donation is tax deductible. Please download and complete this form to include with your donation. Your donation will help contribute to programs for cancer patients and their families.
You can also volunteer to work the event, with shifts including set up which includes moving racks, setting up displays and more. Or you can experience the joy of assisting a new bride as she chooses her “dream gown” during the shopping event. Groups of friends, co-workers or families are encouraged to sign up together.
Brides Against Breast Cancer will contribute $2 million dollars this year to help people impacted by cancer. Among the numerous free programs supported are children’s programs, support groups, exercise, and nutrition classes. Other programs include Camp No Worries, Cancer Education Series, and Ask the Doctor. 71 cents of every dollar raised from the Tour of Gowns goes to programs and services for those impacted by cancer.