The 3rd Annual Ladybug Bash to Benefit Comer Children’s Hospital

The 3rd Annual Ladybug Bash to Benefit Comer Children’s Hospital

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Atia’s Project Ladybug Fund and HGTV Host & Project Ladybug Founder Dina Manzo are proud to announce The 3rd Annual Ladybug Bash on March 23rd, 2013. At the Chicago Culture Center beginning at 7pm. Manzo will raise awareness for the non–‐profit organization, which aims to ease the Struggles of childhood cancer, by inviting charitable contributors and social supporter to enjoy an evening of glam. Guests are encouraged to wear cocktail attire as they enjoy a night full of Chicago culture with surprises at every turn!

General Admission tickets for the bash are
$65–‐no reserved seating,

$75–‐reserved seating at a shared table,
$375–‐for a private table of 5,

$125–‐VIP admission.

All details for tickets can be found online at projectladybug.org/ladybugbash. Press will be allowed interviews by request at the event and previous to it beginning March 20th.

 

Who: Dina Manzo, HGTV’s Meg Caswell, Chicago’s Best Ted Brunson, surprise celebrities, Atia’s Project Ladybug Fund and the Sun-Times Splash

 

What: The 3rd Annual Ladybug Bash

 

When: Saturday, March 23rd, 7-11pm

 

Where: Chicago Cultural Center–78 East Washington St. Chicago, IL

 

About Project Ladybug-Established in 2007, Project Ladybug is a non‐profit organization dedicated to easing the struggles of childhood cancer through financial and emotional support for patients and their families. By raising funds, children battling this disease can enjoy the quality of life they deserve and focus on recovery, hopefully improving outcomes for these patients.

 

About Atia’s Project Ladybug Fund Each fund is dedicated in the name of a local child battling cancer with the goal of helping all children and families at that hospital. At The University of Chicago Comer Children’s Hospital, the namesake of Atia’s Project Ladybug Fund is a young Chicago girl who was diagnosed with cancer at the tender age of 17 months old. After undergoing over two years of aggressive daily chemotherapy treatment, Atia is now five years old and in full  remission.

 

About Dina Manzo Founder of the non-profit organization Project Ladybug, Dina Manzo launched her first fund in 2007 with a wish to bring financial and emotional hope to children and their families undergoing rigorous medical treatments.

With three funds across the country and others set to open in the next few years, Dina’s unrelenting will to give and determination to fight to protect the spirit of the children of Project Ladybug has accounted for her many successes with the organization. Dina hopes to launch Project Ladybug fund’s across the country, raising hope and funds for terminally-ill children nationally. Dina Manzo is a formerly of Bravo’s popular series, The Real Housewives of New Jersey.

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