Core Compassion is hosting its 4th annual Girls Night Out fundraiser September 22nd, 2016 from 6:30pm-9:30pm at Morning Glory Farm in Monroe, NC.
Monroe, NC (PRWEB) September 15, 2016
The side effects of Breast Cancer treatments can last far beyond the ‘cancer free’ declaration. Regaining mobility, strength and range of motion proves to be an ongoing struggle for most if not all survivors. Pilates has been shown to help reduce these side effects. That’s why Jill Hinson, owner of Core Studio Pilates and Yoga started “Core Compassion Project,” a charitable organization that offers scholarships to breast cancer patients so they can attend a specialized programs at participating Pilates and fitness studios. Hinson started the 501(c)3 non-profit organization after a client was diagnosed with Breast Cancer and she states, “There are so many wonderful organizations that help women with Breast Cancer, and I am grateful for and support them. But I wanted to be able to do something for the women right here in Union County. I wanted them to have a local place of support through recovery and beyond, and help them regain their confidence and self-esteem.” Core Compassion Project is now serving women in 5 states.
Core Compassion is hosting its 4th annual Girls Night Out fundraiser September 22nd, 2016 from 6:30pm-9:30pm at Morning Glory Farm in Monroe, NC. The event includes a full dinner buffet catered by Kate Clydes Catered Creations, silent auction, and raffle of items donated from Charlotte area businesses. Cancer survivors will also be in attendance and celebrated with a special designation.
Tickets for the event must be purchased in advance, none will be sold at the door. This event sells out every year. Tickets are $60, and can be purchased at the following website: http://www.corecompassionproject.org. To order tickets by mail, visit the above website for instructions. Core Compassion is also currently soliciting donations and sponsorships.
Please contact Linda Gaura (704-604-0059) with any questions, or to schedule an interview with Core Compassion Executive Director Jill Hinson.