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June 25, 2022

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Pink Lemonade breaks fundraising record

By , Columbian staff writer

Pink Lemonade Project’s Pink Glow Gala, held May 6 at ilani, raised a record-breaking $425,000 with 530 guests in attendance.

The gala was presented by ilani, Cowlitz Indian Tribe and Natrelle.

Pink Glow is the premier fundraising event for Pink Lemonade Project. It is designed to bring together leaders and people impacted by breast cancer to educate, empower and support the broader breast cancer community.

“ilani and the Cowlitz Indian Tribe were honored to co-present the evening with Pink Lemonade Project,” Kara Fox-LaRose, ilani president, said in a news release. “This valuable community nonprofit fills the gaps with emotional, practical and psychological support for not only those walking through their cancer journey, but also their caregivers and families. We are delighted with their success in the service of those fighting breast cancer.”

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