In 2020, through beneficiary programs and events, our rare pediatric cancer nonprofit earned $146,533 for childhood cancer.
All-In To Fight Cancer raises $25,000 in funds and shares them equally with each of their five Charlotte Cancer beneficiaries.
Carl Showalter, owner of Showalter Construction, decided to take action and create impact for pediatric cancer through his network of friends and coworkers. Carl hosted a private benefit dinner at Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse inviting 30 of his friends to introduce them to ISF and our mission. An event that cost us ZERO dollars or coordination… we just showed up to enjoy great food, company and conversation. This private dinner brought in $24,050 for rare pediatric cancer research.
We are so thankful for Carl’s generosity and for all the gentlemen who were interested in hearing more about what we are doing to bring change for kids fighting cancer right here in Charlotte. An incredible evening!
What a great example of how donors can take initiative and create impact for kids fighting cancer. Host a small dinner party or simply a in-home cocktail hour with your network. Interested in talking more about private benefit events, contact Chrissy, ISF Developement Director.
Right before Christmas All-In to Fight Cancer quietly donated $45,000 to ISF! Their contribution allowed us to make the final impact in 2019 to Levine Children’s for the ISF Rare and Solid Tumor Program in the amount of $650,000! Year after year we have been both honored and blown away to be a beneficiary of their annual Texas Hold’em event here in Charlotte. This event was built to honor and continue one man’s legacy, Rob Ubank, who passed away from cancer. Because of this single annual event benefiting multiple local cancer organizations… Rob’s legacy now has fingerprints all of Charlotte.
Thank you All-In-To Fight Cancer for providing significant impact to not only our foundation, but so many other great organizations in our community like Go Jen Go! , ChemoCars, Novant Health, and The Paula Takacs Foundation for Sarcoma Research! We admire and appreciate your dedication, passion and hardwork!
It’s crazy that an idea centered around heels and handbags has turned into such a game changer for us! We are so fortunate that Charlotte Auto Show believed in our mission and team enough to make their creative out of the box fundraising idea, Handbags, Heels and Horsepower, a reality. With a very generous financial donation from the Greater Charlotte Auto Dealers Association and the funds raised during November’s Handbags, Heals and Horsepower… the event brought in 80,000! This donation was crucial to us making our final impact of $650,000 in 2019 to Levine Children’s for the ISF Rare and Solid Tumor Program.
Over the last two years, Charlotte Auto Show has raised nearly $200,000 for ISF through their signature charity preview event. Thank you Charlotte Auto Show for your partnership and commitment to our community! And for the creativity in your events!