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Luncheon to Assist Blood Cancer Patients in Dallas

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Join us to help patients battling blood cancer and sickle cell disease

DALLAS - eTradeWire -- Join us and enjoy traditional Brazilian flavors while helping a patient in need.

The Icla da Silva Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting families battling blood cancer and sickle cell disease, invites the Dallas community to its "Celebrating Life" Luncheon on Saturday, April 27th, 2024, at noon.

The event will be held at the acclaimed 12 Cuts Brazilian Steakhouse located at 108010 Dallas Pkwy, Dallas, TX 75287. Guests will enjoy a savory lunch featuring the restaurant's signature skewered meats, carved tableside, along with a variety of salads and desserts. This festive afternoon promises to be a fun and meaningful experience for the entire family.

"We are excited to host this special event and raise critical funds for patient families in need," said Airam da Silva President of The Icla da Silva Foundation. "The Celebrating Life Luncheon directly benefits families requiring a bone marrow transplant to treat blood cancer or sickle cell disease."

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To Attend:
Tickets for the Celebrating Life Luncheon are available now. To learn more about the event and purchase a ticket online, please visit: https://icla.org/Dallas
Adults: $50
Children: $25

About the Icla da Silva Foundation:
The Icla da Silva Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed 32 years ago in memory of an 11-year-old girl from Brazil named Icla da Silva. After she was diagnosed with leukemia, her family brought her to New York City in search of a cure. A compatible bone marrow donor was never found and she passed at the age of 13.

The mission of the Icla da Silva Foundation is to save the lives of patients with diseases whose only cure is a bone marrow or cord blood transplant by providing emotional, logistical, and financial support to remove barriers to treatment.

Bret Itskowitch

Source: The Icla da Silva Foundation
Filed Under: Non-profit

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