Success Of ISCC's 4th Annual Gala


The International Society for Children with Cancer, which helps provide care, funding and support for cancer-stricken children, adolescents and their families, held the most overwhelmingly successful ISCC Annual Gala fundraiser to date on November 3r

Irvine, CA (I-Newswire) November 22, 2012 - ISCC-Charity


International Society for children with cancer

Irvine, CA - November 14, 2012 - The International Society for Children with Cancer, which helps provide care, funding and support to make a difference in the lives of cancer-stricken children, adolescents and their families, held the most successful ISCC Annual Gala fundraiser to date last week at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Irvine, California.

This important fundraiser, which was sold out weeks before the event, was much more than simply a way to donate to a cancer charity. It was a great galvanizing and emotional affair that brought a vast variety of members from the community together.

The ISCC Annual Gala offered a wonderful entertainment selection that featured the extraordinary singer and songwriter, Rana, as well as Persian pop music star Martik. Founder of MAHAK Hospital, Dr. Javad Karbasizadeh, and several key guest speakers at the event, provided lively and pertinent discussion about the importance of the international cancer society, as well as ways to support children with cancer independently and through the organization.

Towards the end of the spectacular gala, a silent auction, which featured outstanding goods and services from local merchants, raised substantial funding that helped ISCC reach its annual budget. Ultimately, the organization brought in thousands of dollars over the half million dollars raised at last year's event to cure kids with cancer. ISCC beat their solid goal in 2012 to find sponsors to support over 250 children with cancer.

The event was created with the help of many volunteers.




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About International Society for Children with cancer-

The International Society for Children with Cancer is a non-profit, non-governmental, non-political    More..international cancer society. Among the leading kids with cancer charities around the globe, ISCC is dedicated to helping children with cancer in many countries, regardless of their financial status and nationality. This charity for kids with cancer strives to connect with those who want to donate to cancer in an effort to save the children by breaking the link between children and cancer. A high percentage of each donation for children collected by this charity for children with cancer goes directly to programs dedicated to curing kids cancer around the world. 100% of all donations for children in need made to this kids with cancer society are tax deductible.

The International Society for Children with Cancer support staff is available for both mainstream national and regional online, print, radio and television interviews. Images and information about ISCC and how to donate to the non-profit are available on: www.iscc-charity.orgLess..

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International Society for Children with cancer-
Matt Z.
16808 Armstrong Ave
Suite 170
92606
Phone : 949-679-9911

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