• Susan G. Komen’s Anniversary Luncheon

    Belo Mansion & Pavilion

    2101 Ross Avenue, Dallas, TX 75201 MAP

    Wednesday, March 6, 2019 Noon-1:30 PM

    As the world’s leading breast cancer organization with nearly $1 billion of investment in grants funding key research breakthroughs, Komen’s efforts have influenced advances in breast cancer research, education, screening and treatment.

    Impact Opportunities

    PRESENTING $50,000

    • Two VIP tables of 10
    • Option to host a Survivor and their guest at each of your tables
    • Logo lockup with event logo (e.g., Komen Luncheon Presented by XYZ)
    • Recognition in all press releases, all major event collateral and at pre-events
    • Private meet-and-greet with special guests (based on availability)
    • VIP invitations to pre-events (number of tickets will vary based on event)
    • On-stage recognition during the event
    • Full-page recognition on inside front cover of Event Program Book
    • Recognition in post-event thank-you direct mail communication
    • Option to provide approved favor bag item
    • VIP Valet Parking

    To learn more about this opportunity please contact Elizabeth Ashmore.

    The estimated fair market value of benefits is $1,180 for this contribution level.

    PROMISE $25,000

    • One VIP table of 10
    • Option to host a Survivor and their guest at your table
    • VIP invitations to pre-events (number of tickets will vary based on event)
    • Prominent display of logo/name on event collateral
    • Recognition in all press releases and at pre-events
    • Full-page recognition in Program Book
    • Recognition in post-event thank-you direct mail communication
    • Option to provide approved favor bag item
    • VIP Valet Parking

    The estimated fair market value of benefits is $620 for this contribution level.

    HOPE $10,000

    • One preferred location table of 10
    • Option to host a Survivor and their guest at your table
    • VIP invitations to pre-events (number of tickets will vary based on event)
    • Half-page recognition in Program Book
    • Listing in press materials
    • Recognition in post-event thank-you email
    • Option to provide approved favor bag item
    • Valet Parking

    The estimated fair market value of benefits is $560 for this contribution level.

    CURE $5,000

    • 6 (six) seats in a preferred location
    • Invitations to pre-events (number of tickets will vary based on event)
    • Quarter-page recognition in Program Book
    • Listing in press materials
    • Recognition in post-event thank-you email
    • Valet Parking

    The estimated fair market value of benefits is $360 for this contribution level.

    PATRON TICKET $1000

    • One seat in a preferred location
    • Invitations to luncheon pre-events

    The estimated fair market value of benefits is $80 for this contribution level.

    INDIVIDUAL TICKET $500

    The estimated fair market value of benefits is $50 for this contribution level.

    UNDERWRITING OPPORTUNITIES

    SPEAKER $50,000
    CONTRIBUTOR'S PARTY $25,000
    PR/MEDIA $25,000
    PRINTING $10,000
    PRE-EVENTS $10,000 (EACH)
    FLORAL AND LINENS $10,000
    VALET $10,000
    SIGNAGE $5,000

    We can tailor an opportunity to meet your marketing needs. For more information on these opportunities, please contact Elizabeth Ashmore.

    Inquire Here

    Overview


    Susan G. Komen has transformed how the world treats and talks about breast cancer and have helped turn millions of breast cancer patients into breast cancer survivors. Our work is not done. Support of this event will help us reach our Bold Goal of reducing the current number of breast cancer deaths by 50% in the United States by 2026.

    Please join us on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at Noon at the Belo Mansion & Pavilion to help us reach our vision of a world without breast cancer. Please click here to learn more about our lifesaving work


    Leadership


    A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO OUR HONORARY CHAIR
    AND LUNCHEON CHAIR!


    HONORARY CHAIR

    Jimmy Westcott

    Jimmy Westcott

    Jimmy’s advocacy skills have served her well in numerous leadership roles in the community. She was the first woman to be appointed Chair of the Board of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Dallas, and has been Chair of the Board of Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center, Chair of the Family Gateway Advisory Board, and member of the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas Board and its Executive Committee. She has also chaired The Domestic Violence Committee as a member of the Commission for Women, and was appointed to the Texas State Crime/Victim’s Institute Advisory Council.

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    LUNCHEON CHAIR

    Kameron Westcott

    Kameron Westcott

    Kameron Westcott grew up in Montecito, California and moved to Dallas, Texas in 2001 to attend Southern Methodist University. After receiving her Fine Arts Degree, Kameron worked in the fashion industry and today is a mother of two. Kameron is active member of Cattle Barons Ball and active member of Junior League of Dallas, serves on the council for Texas Ballet Theatre, and is a member at large for New Friends New Life Board. In 2008 she was a style Ambassador for Diffa Dallas. In 2009 she won D Magazines Top 10 Most Beautiful Women in Dallas Award. In 2015 she chaired the TuTu Chic Luncheon benefitting Texas Ballet Theatre, and chaired March of Dimes Signature Chefs Gala in 2016. Kameron loves to design clothing for her Yorkie named Louis, is obsessed with the color PINK, and enjoys spending time with her two children!

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    Committee


    Advisory Committee

    • Cordelia Boone
    • Nancy Chapman
    • Sandra Cude
    • Linda Custard
    • Bonnie Harding
    • Meredy McClure
    • Connie O’Neill
    • Carol Seay

    Host Committee

    • Amanda Shufeldt
    • Samantha Wortley
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    • Mary Claire Alley
    • Lindsay Billingsley
    • Katy Bock
    • Lucy Burns
    • Andrea Cheek
    • Liz Christensen
    • Mary Corrigan
    • Anne Davies
    • Cary Deuber
    • Heidi Dillon
    • Megan Flanagan
    • Hollee Hirzel
    • Stephanie Hollman
    • Nikki Hunt
    • Maggie Kipp
    • Hallie Lamont
    • LeeAnne Locken
    • Catherine Lowe
    • Kelli Macatee
    • Eleanor Maxwell
    • Alma Nachawati
    • Amanda Nobles
    • Sarah Novakov
    • Libby Ornani
    • Bina Patel
    • Brandi Redmond
    • MacKenzie Rodgers
    • Stephanie Seay
    • Sunie Soloman
    • Katie Tauscher
    • Jennifer Walters
    • Andrea Weber
    • Linda Wells
    • Lauryn White
    • Katherine Wynne

    As of 11/6/18


    Speaker


    Amy Robach

    We are excited to share with you that our Luncheon speaker will be New York Times best-selling author and Good Morning America anchor, Amy Robach.

    Amy Robach

    Since joining ABC News, Robach has traveled nationally and internationally to cover major news events. She reported from Brussels on the terrorist bombings in Belgium, Orlando, Florida on the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub, Dallas, TX to cover the shooting ambush of police officers, and on the ground in Newton, Connecticut for the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Robach contributed to network-wide coverage on Election Night 2016 from Trump headquarters and the Washington Mall in Washington, DC for the 2017 Presidential Inauguration.

    She also traveled to Iceland to report on the front lines of climate change with the world’s most elite ice climbers, taking viewers into an ice sinkhole over a hundred feet deep live using the latest in drone technology. As part of GMA’s Hidden Worlds series, she reported from Tanzania on the poaching epidemic and its impact across the globe. In 2014, she traveled to Nigeria to interview Malala Yousafzai, the seventeen-year-old who was in the African country as part of a campaign to free hundreds of captive school girls. She also reported live from South Africa just days after the shooting of Oscar Pistorious’ girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Robach anchored ABC News’ coverage of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia and reported from London for the birth of Prince George.

    Additionally, Robach has interviewed countless newsmakers and celebrities. Her headline making interviews include: Gretchen Carlson’s first television on sexual harassment in the workplace, Hulk Hogan who responded to making racial slurs and Monica Lewinsky, her first network interview in over a decade. She also sat down with Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Teresa Giudice after time spent in a federal prison and recording pop star Taylor Swift after her worldwide exclusive live-stream on Yahoo and ABC News announcing Swift’s new album and single.

    Robach is originally from Lansing, Michigan. She grew up in St. Louis, Missouri and then moved down south to Atlanta, GA just before high school. Robach attended the University of Georgia where she graduated with honors and a degree in Broadcast Journalism. She currently resides in New York City with her husband, two daughters and is also the stepmom to three wonderful boys.

    Better by Amy Robach

    In 2015, Robach wrote a New York Times bestseller titled Better: How I Let Go of Control, Held On To Hope, and Found Joy in My Darkest Hour about her unexpected journey with breast cancer after being diagnosed following an on-air mammogram on GMA.


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