Carrabba’s Italian Grill is teaming up with The Breast Cancer Charities of America (BCCA) to raise money in the effort to fight breast cancer. Over 200 Carrabba’s restaurants throughout the U.S. will host a four-course Think Pink Wine Dinner for $40 on Wednesday, October 23 at 6:30 p.m. where $2 of each dinner purchased, will be donated to The Breast Cancer Charities of America.
“We’re proud to support the Breast Cancer Charities of America and their integrated approach to cancer care,” says Mike Kappitt, president of Carrabba’s Italian Grill. “Carrabba’s has a passion for helping people and this partnership allows us to do that.”
There are several ways for Carrabba’s guests to support iGoPink/BCCA through this partnership:
RSVP for The Breast Cancer Charities of America Wine Dinner. Carrabba’s Italian Grill will donate two dollars for every Wine Pairing Dinner sold on October 23. Diners can reserve their seat at www.carrabbas.com/carrabbascares.
Round Up Your Check. All week long from Monday, October 21 through Saturday, October 27, Carrabba’s guests can also opt to round up their check to the nearest rounded dollar or make a monetary donation of their choice that will go directly to Breast Cancer Charities of America.
Funds raised by Carrabba’s Italian Grill will go to iGoPink/BCCA’s main program services such as the Help Now Fund, a financial assistance program to support women undergoing treatment with their basic living expenses, the Feeling Beautiful Again program, a program that supports the emotional hardship women experience while undergoing treatment, and their state of the art Educational program that serves to education men and women on proper breast cancer prevention and survivorship.
The BCCA is the only non-profit bringing the “integrated cancer care” message to the women of America. They bring together the different health care and allied health care disciplines—oncology, nursing, psychology, sociology, nutrition, exercise physiology, spirituality and more.
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