Pink Party Benefits Children’s Inn at NIH

Amity Holton; Gayela Bynum, Founder of We Will Survive Cancer; sponsor Greg  Babcock and Elizabeth Kane, Founder of CharityChicks US with young guests
Courtesy of We Will survive Cancer
Amity Holton; Gayela Bynum, Founder of We Will Survive Cancer; sponsor Greg Babcock and Elizabeth Kane, Founder of CharityChicks US with young guests

Girls battling cancer and other serious illnesses were treated to a VIP Pink Party July 27 at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Georgetown, co-hosted by CharityChicks US and We Will Survive Cancer. The pampering and “all things pink” theme provided a much-needed break from medical treatments and the stress of illness. Guests enjoyed a jazz quartet, specialty cocktails and food and art lessons, overlooking the flower garden. The Inn, which received all proceeds, is a nonprofit “Place Like Home” for families with seriously ill children, who participate in ground-breaking medical research at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda and who stay as long as needed, free of charge.

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