Get Tickled Pink to Twist Out Cancer

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This Friday, February 16, join the Tickled Pink Event, starting at 7:00 p.m. at Rockwell on the River. The event will benefit Twist Out Cancer in a premier social night to symbolize resilience and hope, supporting those affected by cancer.


Founder and CEO of The Paramount Group Jodi Fyfe started the Tickled Pink event in memory of her cousin Carrie Kennedy. Carrie lost her battle against breast cancer when she was thirty-five. 

Since 2005, the event has had a massive impact in the Chicago community, raising awareness for those affected by cancer and making a difference in their lives by donating over two million dollars to date. The annual fundraising event partners with nonprofit organizations to make their donations each year.

This year, Tickled Pink has partnered with Twist Out Cancer, a nonprofit organization focused on giving psychological support to all affected by cancer, including survivors, previvors, and caretakers. Twist Out Cancer uses creative arts programming as a mechanism for healing. Their fundraising goal for this year is $100,000. Guests can contribute by making a donation or purchasing a Tickled Pink event ticket.


Join for a night of live music and culinary excellence at Rockwell on the River. Over twenty Chicago restaurants including Eden, Luella’s Southern Kitchen, and Demera will provide delicious food. A full list of restaurant vendors can be found online. Live music will be provided by The Chicago Players, and there will be raffle prizes. Tickled Pink expects 500 guests to attend the fundraiser this year, including respectable local media personalities. Tickets per person start at $125, and tickets can be purchased for groups of five for $475. If you are unable to attend, donations can also be made online.

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