The St. Regis Roof
Two East 55th Street at Fifth Avenue
THE LAST DAY FOR ONLINE TICKET PURCHASING IS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10TH @ 12 NOON. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE TICKETS AFTER THAT DATE PLEASE CONTACT LAINIE.JONES@CANCER.ORG OR CALL 212-237-3873
Event begins at 11:45am
The Luncheon was created in 1995 to shine a spotlight in recognition of the outstanding accomplishments of mothers, their extraordinary community service efforts and contributions to cancer control and since inception, has raised over $5 million. For the past twenty years, the American Cancer Society has honored women who have distinguished themselves as remarkable mothers inspiring the community with their ability to balance social obligations, careers, philanthropic activities and of course, motherhood. Previous Mothers of the Year honorees include former First Lady of New York, Libby Pataki, Katie Couric, Paula Zahn, Vera Wang, Kathie Lee Gifford, Susan Bloomberg, Anne and Charlotte Ford, Carolina Herrera, Sarah Ferguson Duchess of York, Cynthia Lufkin, Ann Curry, Tory Burch, Grace Hightower De Niro, Muffie Potter Aston, Anne Hearst McInerney, Deborah Norville, Rosanna, Marion and Elaina Scotto. Last year proved to be an even more important event as we honored and celebrated the life of Suzanne Wright, beloved wife, mother and Founder of Autism Speaks. It was our distinct privilege to have her husband, Bob Wright, and children join us for the day and accept the award in her memory.
The American Cancer Society is working to finish the fight against every cancer in every community. We are the largest private, not-for-profit funder of cancer research in the United States, investing more than $4 billion since 1946. Thanks in part to our contributions, more than 1.5 million lives have been saved in the US in the past two decades. Now, that is a reason to celebrate, so please join us.
We hope to see you there!
For more than a 100 years, The American Cancer Society has been leading the fight to end cancer. With your support, we have helped usher in an era where more people survive cancer than ever before. By translating our research findings into action, we've seen a 20% decline in US cancer death rates since the early 1990s. Join us to help finish the fight.
American Cancer Society, Inc.
132 W 32nd St
New York, NY 10001