The Teal Tea Foundation, an ovarian cancer awareness organization, is hosting its Sixth Annual Teal Tea. The Teal Tea will occur Sunday, May 6th, at 1:00pm at the Princeton Hyatt, Princeton, New Jersey. Advance registration is required at http://tealtea.com/Teal_Teal_Foundation/Teal_Tea.html.
This year’s theme is “Turn the World Teal Every Month of the Year,” and table captains will decorate and compete for the best interpretation of the theme. Teal is the color that represents the fight against ovarian cancer.
Dr. Michael V. Seiden, President and CEO of Fox Chase Cancer Center, will be the keynote speaker. As President, Dr. Seiden has the responsibility for all strategic planning, finances and operations within the Center and serves as the Principal Investigator for the National Cancer Institute (NCI)-sponsored Comprehensive Cancer Center grant.
“The Teal Tea is a magical, inspirational, motivational event designed to support women who are currently fighting ovarian cancer and to encourage them to keep up the fight;” said survivor and Teal Tea Foundation Executive Director, Jean Shipos.
In addition to the keynote speaker, the Teal Tea will also include a plated lunch, entertainment from Princeton’s own Minister William D. Carter III and 14-year-old contemporary artist Gabe Greenwood, silent and live auctions, a hat parade contest, a table decorating contest, and special comments from and recognition of ovarian cancer survivors.
The doors of the Teal Tea open at noon with guests experiencing vocalist Eden Casalino accompanied by Amanda Samaha, magic by Magic Mike, and an appetizing antipasto station.
During this time, guests can also register for Parade of Hats, participate in 50/50 sales, raffles, and bid on the silent auction items.
The Teal Tea is an awareness and fundraising event designed to give information about ovarian cancer and to promote awareness of the warning signs of the disease. Funds raised are donated to research focused on ovarian cancer.
The Teal Tea Foundation is dedicated to helping all women with the quality of life and long-term recovery. For more information contact Cynthia A. Brown at email@example.com or 610-324-2247.