Tampa Bay’s Breast Cancer Awareness Fashion Show

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In October of each year, the Aveda Institute Tampa Bay gathers its students and guests to raise funds for breast cancer awareness, benefiting the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

This year, The Aveda Institute Tampa Bay, located in Clearwater, Florida is proud to present

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream For A Cure…a theatrical / runway event.”

Join us on October 25th, for a fashion presentation
celebrating one of William Shakespeare’s most beloved works.

At 5:30 pm, begin the evening by visiting the BCRF silent auction table, qualify for one of our magical door prizes, enjoy the pre-show performances, then feast your eyes on modern interpretations of the fairies, the players, the lovers and the brides.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream For A Cure will be presented at
the Aveda Institute Tampa Bay located at 28272 US Highway 19 N in Clearwater.
Tickets are available at the Institute or can be purchased by calling 727-369-8665.

Pre-sale admission: $15. / At the door admission: $20.
For additional information, please email [email protected]

Take a look at these pictures from Aveda Institute Tampa Bay’s circus themed Breast Cancer Awareness fashion show from last year.

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Over the past two decades, The Estée Lauder Companies’ BCA Campaign, launched by the late Evelyn H. Lauder, co-creator of the Pink Ribbon and founder of BCRF, has been a leading voice for breast cancer awareness around the world, sparking a global movement that has helped save millions of lives and fund groundbreaking breast cancer research.

Today, The BCA Campaign is active in more than 70 countries and has raised more than $58 million to support global research, education and medical services, with nearly $46 million funding 185 BCRF medical research grants worldwide over the past 21 years.

These funds have directly resulted in significant innovations and improvements in care, from the launch of an early-phase breast cancer vaccine trial to improved ways to assess risk in young girls from families with multiple cases of breast cancer.

This year, The BCA Campaign is committed to raising $6 million to support global breast cancer research, education and medical services and will continue to evolve its focus from enhanced awareness to increased action.