The Kay Yow Cancer Fund is looking for grassroots partners that have an interest in joining the fight against all women’s cancers. The Kay Yow Cancer Fund has benefited from strong partnerships in the past and is actively engaging with partners that elevate both the Fund and the partnering business.
Kay Yow Cancer Fund partners with Deep River Sporting Clays to host Clays4Kay, a one-of-a-kind clay shooting event. Each participant receives 50 clays spread out over 13 stations. This is a great event for experienced shooters and first-time shooters alike! 2018 was a huge success and we look forward to September 2019!
Burn Boot Camp is an opportunity for women to join together in the spirit of health and wellness in the fight against ALL women’s cancers. The event will take place Saturday, October 27 at Spring Forest Park in Raleigh. For more information and to register click here >>> BURN BOOT CAMP
Join us as the Kay Yow Cancer Fund hosts it’s 2nd annual Celebration Golf outing on Monday, October 8 on the campus of NC State University in Raleigh, NC. >>>Register for Celebration Golf
Waverly Place, an upscale shopping center in Cary, North Carolina, has wine tasting at numerous stores one night during three spring months and three fall months. For a $10 donation, individuals receive a cup and “passport” to visit the stores to shop and taste various wine selections. Completed passports are returned for a drawing.
Lochmere Golf Club in Cary, NC annually hosts a golf tournament and concert benefitting the Kay Yow Cancer Fund.
Join us for a fun-filled golf tournament at Bentwinds Country Club in Fuquay Varina, North Carolina. Each Team has one woman (the “queen”) and three men (her “court”) on each team. The Kay Yow Cancer Fund speaks prior to a morning shotgun start! There are numerous flights with prizes for participation and placement in each flight. Members dress themselves and their golf carts in pink!
Prestonwood Country Club in Cary, North Carolina, presents a day for tennis and golf for women. Members pay an entry fee to participate and enjoy breakfast and lunch, along with a silent auction, raffles, and trunk sales. The Kay Yow Cancer Fund has a chance to speak to participants during the meal.
Starting out a number of years ago as a fishing event on the coast of North Carolina, Fishin’ for a Cure has expanded into numerous events and fundraisers over a weeklong period. Local restaurants and stores assist in raising money and hosting events throughout the week and also do giveback events at other times of the year. This event has created a great spirit of service and giving and has had a major impact on the community and its residents.