A Morning in Paris Recap

Gathered with Powerful Women for a Cause: ISF’s Morning in Paris Event Raises Over $200,000

A few weeks ago, ISF had the pleasure of gathering with the powerful women of Charlotte and escaping to Paris for a morning of fun, philanthropy, and celebration. With the goal of raising money for kids who deserve better outcomes, our community came together in a show of support and solidarity, all dressed up and enjoying mimosas with the Eiffel Tower as our backdrop! The result? We raised over $200,000 for our mission!

It’s truly amazing what can be accomplished when we join forces and work towards a common goal. The determined women of our community are a testament to that. Together, we are committed to not letting cancer win and ensuring that all children receive the care they need and deserve.

We were honored to have the Scully family join us on the third day of our event. Meeting them has served as a reminder of why we do what we do at ISF. Two kids of a family of 8 impacted by different types of cancer. The unimaginable. We loved getting to treat them to a “Day in Paris” thanks to the help of: The Sporting Gent, Coco Leto, Brittany Newcomb, Monkee’s of Charlotte, Rose Transportation, Charlie on Park, Dayleigh Words Designs, Burtons Grill & Bar. Thank you to the Scully family for sharing your story and reminding us of the impact we can have. 

Our “Morning in Paris” event was made even more special as we celebrated Isabella’s 18th birthday, honoring her legacy and the impact that ISF has made in her name in the fight against pediatric cancer. Isabella’s story is just one of many, and it is a reminder of the importance of our work and the impact it can have on the lives of children and families affected by cancer.

We extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who helped make this event such a success, from our community sponsors to the amazing volunteers who worked tirelessly to ensure that everything ran smoothly. Your support and generosity are truly appreciated.

If you were not able to attend the event, but would still like to contribute to our mission, we welcome your donation. Every little bit helps in the fight against pediatric cancer, and we are grateful for any support we receive. 

Once again, thank you to everyone who helped make our “Morning in Paris” event such a success. We look forward to continuing our work together and creating a better future for children and families affected by cancer!💜


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