Get your pajamas ready, because on Friday, March 21, nonprofit ConKerr Cancer is hosting the 2nd ConKerr Cancer PJ Party at the Please Touch Museum! Friends, families, and members of the community with and without a life-changing illnesses are welcome to attend and enjoy full-access to the museum from 6 pm to 9 pm. Entertainment includes a DJ and dance party, a photo booth with props, face painting, make-overs, and plenty of food provided by local vendors. Each $25 ticket purchased will double as admission for a child or teenager affected by childhood cancer, providing a fun night away from the hospital to enjoy with friends both new and old. The general public is encouraged to attend, but every ticket holder must arrive in their pajamas!
This year’s event also promises plenty of star power, from Flyers alumni Bob Kelly and Todd Fedoruk to former defensive tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles and Co-Host on WIP 94.1, Hollis Thomas. Guests can look forward to a visit from SWOOP, the beloved Eagles mascot, as well as a few friends from the Philadelphia Zoo! Other special guests include three winners of Miss American Teenager 2014 – Mary Grace Wilson (Teenager), Maria Kapustina (Junior), and Stephanie Brilliant (Preteen) – alongside Miss Metropolitan NYC Julia Rae Schlucter.
The ConKerr PJ Party is the perfect function to teach about love, acceptance, charity and encouragement. Therefore, there will be a Group Challenge for any clubs or organizations throughout the Greater Philadelphia region to see who can get the most individuals to attend the event! Simply print and fill out the form, and email it back to firstname.lastname@example.org. ConKerr Cancer will assign each group a ticket code to share with all of their friends, peers, and colleagues who will be buying tickets. The group with the most tickets purchased will receive a framed pillowcase with their name on it.
ConKerr Cancer is a unique childhood cancer organization that focuses on helping children as they undergo treatment by sewing them colorful pillowcases to bring cheer to their hospital rooms and their faces. In the 7 years since it was established, after founder Cindy Kerr’s son Ryan was diagnosed, ConKerr Cancer has delivered over 860,000 pillowcases to hospitals throughout 120 cities across North America, the United Kingdom and South Africa.For more information about this amazing organization, visit http://www.conkerrcancer.org. For interviews and on-site media requests please email email@example.com.