Surviving With Style Show Benefits Cancer Pathways

Cancer survivors are ready to strut their stuff for a cause this November.

The 8th annual Surviving with Style fashion show is set for 6 pm. Nov. 2 at the Hotel Murano. The show will feature cancer survivors modeling fashions from local boutiques.

Funds raised will benefit Cancer Pathways, which provides free programs for those undergoing cancer treatment, survivors, and the families of those affected by cancer.

Cancer Pathways is formerly known as Gilda’s Club Seattle. While the name is different, the purpose remains the same. The nonprofit was originally named in honor of comedian Gilda Radner, who called for places of education and hope for those undergoing cancer treatment.

The program came to the Northwest when executive director Anna Gottlieb saw an article about the first Gilda’s Club in People magazine.

In the South Sound, Cancer Pathways offers no-cost services such as Camp Sparkle, Cancer Education for Teens, and a teen writing contest.

Tickets for the fashion show benefit are available online and prices begin at $75.

 

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