Welcome to Girls' Night Out -- Women Helping Women with Cancer
With the goal of raising money to help women with cancer, the Girls' Night Out Fashion Show Benefit is a night of fun, friends and fashion, held every October in the beautiful setting of the Springfield Country Club.
Guests enjoy ample h'orderves while bidding on an abundance of raffle baskets and silent auction items. During dinner there is entertainment, the latest fashions by Bedazzled Boutique and a live auction. All tickets include a gift bag and lots of surprises over the course of the evening.
What is Girls' Night Out?
Who Benefits from Girls' Night Out?
The Girls' Night Out Fashion Show Benefit is unique in that the money raised stays in our community, helping our friends and neighbors. Support is provided to women who have received a diagnosis of cancer and who live or are treated in Delaware County. While undergoing cancer treatments, these women receive life altering services that are not covered by insurance, such as wigs, breast prosthesis, rent and utilities, groceries, child care and transportation for chemotherapy.
The Girls' Night Out Committee is a group of women who volunteer their time from March through October soliciting sponsors, requesting donations and managing the event. 100% of the proceeds are donated.
How Can I Support Girls' Night Out?
The success of the annual Girls' Night Out Fashion Show Benefit is completely dependent on the generosity and support of businesses as well as the 600+ women who attend:
Individuals can buy tickets and attend, purchasing raffles and auction items. Get a group of friends together -- tables of 10 and 12 are available. Tickets go on sale in early August and are limited.
Together we have raised over $700,000 to help women with cancer since the first Girls' Night Out Fashion Show Benefit in 1998.
Proceeds from the Girls' Night Out Fashion Show Benefit are used by the Helping Women with Cancer Fund to aide women with cancer throughout Delaware County. The Helping Women with Cancer Fund is managed by The Foundation for Delaware County, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.