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Oct. 22 bingo fundraiser benefits non-profit supporting breast-cancer community

Posted 10/15/21

A bingo fundraiser for the non-profit organization My Hope Bag is Oct. 22 at Williamson Terrace, 2004 E. Catamaran Drive in Gilbert.

The first session is 5-6:30 p.m. and the second session is …

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Oct. 22 bingo fundraiser benefits non-profit supporting breast-cancer community

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A bingo fundraiser for the non-profit organization My Hope Bag is Oct. 22 at Williamson Terrace, 2004 E. Catamaran Drive in Gilbert.

The first session is 5-6:30 p.m. and the second session is 7-8:30 p.m. The entry fee is $20 and includes five bingo cards, beverages and snacks, according to a release.

Additional cards may be purchased for $1 each. Entry fee purchase and additional information is available at myhopebag.org.

“Bingo is always so much fun,” Sarah Ellery, CEO and founder of My Hope Bag, said in the release. “The prizes are great, the caller is fantastic, and most of all, many guests are breast-cancer survivors who are enjoying an evening away from their cancer worries.”

The Bingo for Boobies event is an annual fundraiser for My Hope Bag. The proceeds will be used for a future respite center for women to go to and spend time with other survivors. When survivors share experiences, it brings more hope to each other, the release states.

My Hope Bag is a local non-profit, 501(c)3. For more than nine years, My Hope Bag has devoted its energy to passionately supporting the breast cancer community. Whether it’s a hand-delivered bag of hope filled with local resources and other comfort items, regular communication or emotional support, My Hope Bag is committed to making sure no one faces breast cancer alone. For more information, go to MyHopeBag.org.

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