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Embassy Suites DC - Convention Center
900 10th Street, NW Washington, DC 20001
202-739-2001
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Pajamas of course
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Could have offered healthier options
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Parked on street
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Expensive street parking if you could find it
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Only fried snacks, pizza, and fruit punch- and cupcakes from vendors
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Geared to the younger girls, not much there to do for girls older than 12
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Website

http://tigerlilyfoundation.org/

Description

The event will raise funds for Tigerlily Foundation’s programs, which support young women before, during and after a diagnosis of breast cancer, including providing education, peer support, buddy bags, meals, financial assistance, end of life support and programs that improve the quality of life after diagnosis and treatment.

Join Noelle, Tigerlily Ambassador, and Miss Allyn Rose, Tigerlily Ambassador and Miss DC 2012, as they get glam for the cause! The event will feature styling, chocolate fountain, hair, glam, educational, empowerment, nail and other fun stations. Pink, purple, or red pajamas a must and don’t forget the bling! Learn from Noelle and Allyn how their lives changed when their mothers were diagnosed with breast cancer.

This event  is for girls ages 8-18 accompanied by a mother, aunt, grandmother, friend over the age of 18, and ladies ages 19 and older.

About the Ticket Supplier: Tigerlily Foundation

Tigerlily Foundation is one of the only organizations in the nation providing full lifecycle, service-oriented assistance to young women (15-40) before, during and after breast cancer. The Tigerlily Foundation focuses solely on women between the ages of 15 and 40 and works to empower young women to be their own best advocates for their health.