21st Annual Girls’ Night Out Fashion Show Benefit set Oct. 14 in Springfield

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Image via Foundation for Delaware County. Cecily Tynan with Girls' Night Out guests.

Girls’ Night Out is a night of celebration with friends, fashion and food to raise money to benefit women with cancer in Delaware County.

More than 600 women are planning to attend the event on Monday evening, Oct. 14, at the Springfield Country Club.

Guests will enjoy hors d’oeuvres while bidding on raffle baskets and silent auction items.

During dinner there is dancing entertainment, a fashion show with the latest fashions by Bedazzled Boutique and a live auction.

Image via Foundation for Delaware County.

Funds raised from Girls’ Night Out stay in the community, helping women with cancer focus on getting well. The financial impact of having cancer often causes additional stress and limits options.

One hundred percent  of the proceeds from Girls’ Night Out are used to pay for treatments not covered by insurance or to provide basic life needs, such as rent, food and transportation to treatments.

More than $600,000 has been raised since the event’s inception in 1999 to enable life-saving tests, treatments and support. The Foundation for Delaware County, a 501(c)(3) manages the Helping Women With Cancer Fund.

About Girls’ Night Out

Image via Foundation for Delaware County.

Girls’ Night Out is planned and organized completely by a volunteer committee of more than 25 women from the local community and is fully supported by local businesses.

About The Foundation for Delaware County:

A public charity founded in 2016, The Foundation for Delaware County (TFDC) is the largest philanthropy serving Delaware County.

TFDC is one of 780 community foundations across the U.S., connecting philanthropic individuals with opportunities to make an impact on a variety of issues and needs in Delaware County and is honored to partner with the Girls’ Night Out Committee on this important event.

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