Frequently Asked Questions
What is Oregon Cancer Foundation?
Oregon Cancer Foundation is committed to empowering, strengthening and sustaining those impacted by cancer in our community through education, support and financial assistance. We offer a free 10-week Survivorship Series class three times a year, a healthy cooking class monthly, financial assistance, and various other free activities throughout the year. To learn more please visit Oregon Cancer Foundation.
What is Bras For Cause?
Bras For Cause is community movement focused on breast cancer patients in our community. The proceeds from all of the events in this campaign directly benefit those patients as well as other cancer patients in Lane County or those receiving treatment in Lane County.
What is Girls Night Out?
Girls Night Out is an event to culminate our Bras For Cause Community Movement. This event is meant to bring together all of the events of the campaign and give one last big effort to fundraise for our Financial Assistance Program, benefiting cancer patients in Lane County or those receiving treatment in Lane County.
Where does the proceeds from this event go?
The proceeds from Bras For Cause Community Movement and other Oregon Cancer Foundation events stays right here in Lane County. Each dollar goes to Lane County Cancer Patients and those receiving treatment in Lane County through our Financial Assistance Program, our 10-Week Survivorship Series, and various other free events and classes throughout the year.
What is included in my event ticket?
For the nominal fee of $35 you will receive, dinner, live entertainment by Jackie Jae & Jason Cowsill, a bidder number for participation in our silent auction and paddle raise, and access to select exhibitors.
How can I become involved in the community movement?
There are several ways you can become involved in Bras For Cause- Community Movement. You can attend our community Build-A-Bra, vote on our community Build-A-Bras, or join us at Girls Night Out!
Is there an age limit for this event?
There is not an age limit for this event, however there will be a no-host bar and you must be 21 or older to purchase alcohol.
What are my parking options at the event?
There is ample event parking directly across the street at Venue 252.
Will I need cash for the event?
Cash is also gladly accepted.
Who can contact if I have additional questions?
You may contact Event & Outreach Coordinator Megan Cox via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Is my registration/ticket transferable?
Yes, your ticket is transferable. Please note that individual ticket seating is general admission. The only reserved seating is for those who purchased a table of eight.
Will tickets be for purchase at the door?
No, you must reserve your ticket online prior to the event.
Do I have to bring a ticket or receipt to the event?
No, we will have your name as well as any guests you registered on our master list, ready for check in at the door.
What is the refund policy?
We are expecting the event to sell out so we will only be able to issue refunds up until October 15th, so we can resell any tickets that become available.
Is the cost of my ticket tax-deductible?
No, this is a nominal fee to cover your food costs however, if any additional donation or purchase is made at the event, tax receipts will be provided.
The Oregon Cancer Foundation is 501(c)3 nonprofit organization located in Eugene, Oregon. Our mission is to empower, strengthen and sustain those impacted by cancer in our community through education, support and financial assistance.
Oregon Cancer Fondation serves Lane County residents and individuals receiving cancer-related services in Lane County. Every dollar raised stays in our communities, helping those impacted by cancer.
A Helping Hand
A cancer diagnosis creates a significant burden - emotionally, physically, and financially. No one should have to choose between optimal cancer treatment and covering basic needs. At Oregon Cancer Foundation, we give financial assistance to help cancer patients get through tomorrow and show that someone cares and we education and support so they are better able to manage their cancer journey.
Learn More: www.oregoncancerfoundation.org
Executive Director: Amy Johnston at email@example.com
Event & Outreach Coordinator: Megan Cox at firstname.lastname@example.org
Oregon Cancer Foundation 541-632-3654