DISCOVERY BALL NOVEMBER 11
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Wednesday, November 11, 2020 6:30 pm
Emcee, Beairshelle Edme, FOX59 Nicole Makris, Chair, Young Professionals Leadership Council Big Machine Vodka Mixologist, Colin Huntley Carolyn Molander to introduce Nancy Andretti PSA
PROGRAM & AUCTION American Cancer Society Video Event Program by Emcee – Beairshelle Edme Welcome - Brad Burk, Executive Director, American Cancer Society - Indiana Congresswoman Susan Brooks with special tribute to Judy Christofolis Remarks – Matt Koscal, Executive Chair, Board of Ambassadors Presenting Partner Remarks – Jonathan Nalli, CEO, Ascension St. Vincent Ascension Patient Video – Jeff Day Virtual Mosaic Tribute Wall Andretti Family – Tribute to John Andretti Closing Remarks – Monica Wight, Event Chair, Discovery Ball Committee
AFTERPARTY BEGINS Elizabeth Lee Band Performs Al Unser, Jr. - Tour of Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Big Machine Vodka Mixologist: Colin Huntley will demonstrate how to concoct the perfect Top Notch & Timeless signature cocktail this evening.
Discovery Ball Save the Date: Saturday, November 13, 2021 at JW Marriott Indianapolis
A colonoscopy can help detect cancer early Schedule now at an Ascension St. Vincent location near you Once we’re over 50, we’re all at risk for colon cancer, one of the most common cancers in adults. The doctors at Ascension St. Vincent recommend regular screenings to help find cancer early, when it’s most treatable. We also want to remind you that a colonoscopy can help find
To find a doctor and schedule an appointment, visit getstvincentcare.com
cancer before it starts. Our gastroenterologists, or GI doctors, are here if you have symptoms that could be acid reflux, an ulcer or other digestive concerns. Rest assured, we have strict safety precautions in place for your safety while in our care.
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Mammograms help save lives Don’t delay a yearly mammogram, especially now Mammograms help save lives. At Ascension St. Vincent, we recommend yearly mammograms starting at age 40 — or earlier if you have a family history of breast cancer. Our care teams work closely with you to find the options that are right for you, including 3D mammography. If something more serious is detected, our surgeons and care teams deliver the compassionate, personalized follow-up care that’s right for you. When we see you, know that we’re fully prepared for your safety while in our care.
Schedule at a convenient Ascension St. Vincent location across Indiana
Erica Giblin, MD
Kristen Govert, MD
Tara Spivey, MD
To schedule an appointment, call 317-751-2788 Or visit GetAscensionCare.com/mammography/indiana © Ascension 2020. All rights reserved.
MESSAGE FROM EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Dear Friends, I am beyond pleased to welcome you to a very special and unique American Cancer Society Discovery Ball. This year’s format is unlike any other, but our purpose remains: supporting the Society’s Mission to save lives, celebrate lives and lead the fight for a world without cancer. Since 2009, thanks to our many supporters, this incredible event has raised more than $3 million to help fund research, to ensure patients have equitable access to screenings and care, and to provide support to those fighting the good fight. For more than 100 years, the American Cancer Society has been leading the fight to end cancer. Through the generosity of millions, we have helped usher in an era where more people survive cancer than ever before. By translating our research findings into action, we’ve seen a 29% decline in U.S. cancer death rates since the early 1990’s. And today, the USA celebrates 16.9 million cancer survivors! Proud? Yes! But critical work remains. Thousands of cancer patients have been negatively impacted by COVID-19, as well as our own ability to fight this disease from every angle. In fact, if trends continue, we may be forced to reduce our research investment by up to 50 percent – our lowest investment this century. At risk are more and better lifesaving treatments, and progress against this terrible disease. Every dollar counts and we remain grateful for your generous support. The Discovery Ball reminds us that we owe it to those who cancer took from us too soon, those currently fighting and surviving cancer, and to those who will experience a diagnosis in the future, never to give up on our Mission – regardless the circumstances. We could not lead this fight without each one of you, our superb volunteer leadership and the companies that continue to support this amazing event. Additional thanks must be given to: The Indianapolis ACS Guild, Discovery Ball Committee, and especially Monica Wight, this year’s Event Chair; Ascension St. Vincent for your ongoing partnership and support as this year’s Presenting Sponsor; and finally, Matt Koscal and Republic Airways for your incredible leadership and commitment while facing unprecedented challenges. We look forward to an inspiring and engaging evening. Please know how much we appreciate the show of support from each and every sponsor and guest. Thank you! Yours in the Fight, Brad Burk Executive Director American Cancer Society, Indiana
MESSAGE FROM PRESENTING PARTNER, ASCENSION ST. VINCENT Dear Friends, I am so pleased to welcome you to this year’s American Cancer Society Discovery Ball presented by Ascension St. Vincent. Like so much else this year, this evening’s event looks a bit different as we are gathering together in a virtual setting. However, no matter our location, we are all joined together with a shared purpose - to bring support, resources and hope to those living with cancer and fighting back against this horrible disease. Our goal this evening is to raise $400,000. The funds raised tonight will have an immediate impact throughout our community. Through your generosity, you are supporting researchers who are looking for answers, patients who will have better outcomes due to early detection,loved ones who are organizing and educating our communities on the importance of screenings, and healthcare heroes who provide compassionate care every day. Simply put, when you give this evening, you are giving hope. But I am also reminded of the Prayer of St. Francis, “For it is in giving that we receive.” Cancer has impacted each of us in some way. Your gift this evening supports mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, family, friends and neighbors by helping to keep the mission of the American Cancer Society alive. On behalf of our providers, care teams, patients and partners at Ascension St. Vincent and the American Cancer Society, I thank you for your generosity and for uniting with us in giving hope. Regards, Jonathan S. Nalli Senior Vice President, Ascension, and Ministry Market Executive, Ascension Indiana
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INDIANA AREA BOARD OF DIRECTORS Board Chair Gregory L. Pemberton, Esq. Ice Miller, KKP Retired
Janet Heldt Baas MPSA Old National Bank Retired
Jean Linnenbringer, SVP Enterprise Operations CNO Services, LLC
Spero Batistatos President & CEO South Shore and Visitors Authority
Frank P. Lloyd, Jr. MD, FACS, Medical Director Cascade Metrix, Inc.
Lisa Breall Retired, Philanthropist Qiagen N.V.
Nicole Makris Attorney-at-Law Cohen and Malad LLP
Talia Brookshire VP, Marketing & Communications Sky Zone
Dwayne Montgomery US Services Executive Microsoft
Doug Brown Partner, Principal & Sr. Policy Advisor Bose McKinney & Evans LLP Bose Public Affairs Group
Diego Morales U.S. Army Veteran and Multilingual Executive
Duykhanh Pham (Mimi) Ceppa MD Indiana University School of Medicine â&#x20AC;&#x201C;Associate Professor of Surgery Douglas K. Kelsey MD, PhD, FAAP Lilly Research Laboratories, Retired
Neil R. Sharma MD, Founder & Director Parkview Cancer Institute Scott Thomas VP Customer Care Genesys Susan Brock Williams Director Government Relations Purdue University
Matt Koscal SVP & CAO Republic Airways
WELCOME FROM EXECUTIVE CHAIR Dear Friends and Supporters of the American Cancer Society, This year has certainly been full of challenges, hardships and distractions, causing many plans to be canceled, events to be postponed and initiatives to be reimagined. While COVID-19 has put many things on pause, cancer unfortunately was not one of them. This year’s Discovery Ball looks much different than years prior, however, our mission to raise money and awareness for the American Cancer Society is more important than ever. Thank you for joining us virtually to show your support for cancer survivors, their loved ones, their care teams and all who strive every day to eliminate cancer through research, advocacy and quality healthcare. By participating in and donating to the Discovery Ball, you are joining in a celebration of lives, contributing to an immense cause aimed to eradicate this horrible disease that impacts so many of our loved ones. Year over year, the funds raised at the Discovery Ball have led to significant steps forward for research initiatives and direct care to those battling cancer. Your generosity and engagement with the 2020 Discovery Ball will move us closer to fulfilling that mission. Our goal is to raise $400,000 at the 2020 Discovery Ball. The American Cancer Society promises to be a great steward of your donations, which will be used toward three vital efforts: researching cures for cancer, screening and prevention awareness, and providing direct support for those battling cancer and their families that include programs and resources for assistance with insurance questions, rides to doctor appointments, free places to stay when treatment is far from home, guidance on treatment options, and advice on coping with side effects and emotional support. Since 1946, the American Cancer Society has invested more than $4.9 billion in cancer research, supporting the best scientists in the country on their quest to find more – and better – treatments, uncover factors that may cause cancer, improve detection and prevention, and enhance cancer patients' quality of life. Rest assured, your donation toward this event will have an immediate and lasting impact. Again, thank you for joining me in supporting the American Cancer Society and participating in the Discovery Ball. Let’s make it a year to remember for a positive reason. With your generosity, we can make 2020 a success not only for the American Cancer Society, but more importantly for the millions of Americans who are battling cancer. With gratitude, Matt Koscal Executive Chairman 2020 Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer Republic Airways
BOARD OF AMBASSADORS
Executive Chair Matt Koscal SVP & CAO Republic Airways
Betsy Garfield VP Real Estate Acquisitions Henke Development Group/Chatham Hills
Carol Curran President & CEO Phoenix Data Corporation
Joseph Kelley First Vice President, Wealth Management Morgan Stanley Wealth Management
Justin Hage Associate Counsel Vectren, A CenterPoint Energy Company
Todd Pedersen Vice President Corporate Affairs Genesys Jennifer Ping Executive Director Governmental Affairs Krieg DeVault LLP Chad Pulley Associate General Counsel Republic Affairs Victor Smith Partner Bose McKinney & Evans LLP Damion Tolliver Owner T Trades
Alison Melton Vice President of Retail ALO Property Group Erin Pentz CCO, Principal and Wealth Advisor SBC Wealth Management Tom Prather Technical Solutions Representative Freije Engineered Solutions Company Timothy Rushenberg Consultant Samuel Solutions Group Daniel Taylor VP of Business Development Alderson Commercial Group Inc. Heather Willey Partner Barnes & Thornburg LLP
WELCOME FROM EVENT CHAIR
What an honor it is to lead the 11th annual American Cancer Society Discovery Ball and what a year it has been for everyone! If this year has taught us anything other than America as a business, it is that public health issues have global reach. Within those public health issues, stands cancer, and we all know that it does not discriminate, nor has it let down. I am proud to stand alongside the women of the Indianapolis American Cancer Society Guild (IACSG), the Discovery Ball Committee, and the American Cancer Society staff, in taking us all on a Journey to a Cure! I would like to thank my co-chair, Mary Creazzo for being a significant help with this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s planning and certainly with the shifts that had to take place along the way. She came to each meeting with such infectious enthusiasm! Thank you to each of the women of IACSG for your creative contributions and support during this year. A very big thank you to Matt Koscal for your leadership on the Board of Ambassadors and leading with such positivity and encouragement. Matt challenged everyone throughout the year, and it was a pleasure to join Matt in the charge to make a difference for the ACS. It goes without saying that the ACS staff are really the workhorses for tonightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s event. Thank you for working tirelessly to create a wonderful virtual program! This evening is possible because of our generous sponsors, donors, and volunteers. The legacy of those who have been impacted by the work of ACS are also to be deeply credited and appreciated. Upward and onward on our Journey to a Cure! Monica Wight
DISCOVERY BALL COMMITTEE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY GUILD Monica Wight, Chair Kelly O’Brian Lauren Bauer Mary Creazzo Wendy Faust
Christy Jennings Elizabeth Moon Aryn Richey Ilene Smith
Indianapolis American Cancer Society Guild The Indianapolis American Cancer Society Guild was founded in 2012 and its membership includes talented, philanthropic women from the greater Indianapolis area. These women have joined this distinguished Guild to support the Central Indiana office of the American Cancer Society with its fundraising and community outreach efforts. Our volunteers are at the heart of everything we do. We fundraise, help patients, advocate for life-saving change, and we are committed to helping the ACS achieve its mission. We’d love for you to join the team! Visit www.iacsguild.org for information about our events and how to join us.
Our members include: Leslie Altavilla
Linda Goad – Founding Member
Monica Wight, Event Chair
Interested in joining the Indianapolis American Cancer Society Guild? Visit www.iacsguild.org or email IACSGuild@gmail.com
Our sponsorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; generous support and participation in this event helps us to fulfill our mission at the American Cancer Society to find effective treatments and cures, to prevent cancer and detect it early, to enact laws that protect public health, and to help patients and caregivers access care through the cancer journey. Together, we can attack cancer from every angle.
Healthcare Hero Sponsors
Anthem Bose McKinney & Evans/Bose Public Affairs Group CNO Financial Group/Washington National Genesys Glick Philanthropies Henke Development Group Indianapolis Monthly Matt & Alli Koscal Morgan Stanley Victor & Kathleen Smith Underwriting Sponsors
Phoenix Data Corporation Republic Airways/LIFT Academy Table Sponsors
Caldwell VanRiper PhRMA Table Hosts
Greg Pemberton Damion Tolliver In-Kind Donors
Big Machine Vodka DWA Healthcare Communications Oliver Winery & Vineyards
SPECIAL GUESTS Beairshelle Edmé, Emcee Beairshelle Edmé (PRONOUNCED: Beer-Shell Ed-May) serves as FOX 59’S First At 4 anchor & Newspoint at 11 anchor, while also reporting on various matters ranging from politics, law, and education. She’s excited to make Indiana home, and thrilled to tell the stories that matter. Prior to joining FOX59, Beairshelle worked as a weekend morning anchor for WNCN-TV in Raleigh, North Carolina, where she earned awards for her anchoring and reporting, plus an Emmy nomination for her reporting on the statewide teacher protests. During her time in the Tar Heel State, she also covered Hurricanes Matthew and Florence, the Amber Alert and death investigation of 3-year-old Mariah Woods, and the Confederate controversy. Beairshelle has also worked at WDTN-TV in Dayton, Ohio; and KMEG-TV & KPTH-TV in the tristate region of Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. The award-winning journalist hopes to bring Hoosiers’ untold stories to the forefront, and when she’s not doing that, she’s either whipping up something in the kitchen or shouting at a TV during game either as a true fanatic or want-to-be coach! A proud native of Philadelphia, Beairshelle is an alumna of Loyola University Maryland. She is also a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.
Jarett Andretti Jarett Andretti is an American racing driver from Charlotte, North Carolina. He is the son of former IndyCar and NASCAR driver John Andretti and grandson of Aldo Andretti, Mario's twin brother. Andretti began his career in sprint car racing in 2010 and moved onto Supermodified racing in 2012. Andretti won the 2016 Lawrenceburg Speedway track championship in his sprint car. He made one Rolex Sports Car Series start in 2012. He started appearing on the USAC National Sprint Car, Silver Crown, and Midget scene in 2013 and competed in those series through 2017, focusing on the National Sprint Car category. Andretti won the USAC National Sprint Car Rookie of the Year title in 2014. He then dove back into sports car racing full-time making 10 starts in the 2018 Pirelli World Challenge, while still competing in 24 USAC National Sprint Car races. In 2019 he was focusing on the 2019 GT4 America Series, driving a McLaren for Andretti Autosport in their first foray into the series. On April 12, 2019 it was announced that he would make his first Indy Lights start at the 2019 Freedom 100, also driving for Andretti Autosport. Andretti graduated from North Carolina State University in 2015.
SPECIAL GUESTS Aldo Andretti Aldo and Mario rebuilt a 1948 Hudson Commodore into a stock car in 1959, and began racing it without telling their parents. They flipped a coin to see who would race in the first race. Aldo won the coin toss, the heat race and the feature. They each had two wins after the first four weeks. Aldo fractured his skull in a serious crash near the end of the season. He recovered from his coma, and he returned the following season. Aldo continued racing on the USAC and IMCA circuits, but in 1969 Aldo suffered severe damage to his face after crashing into a fence in Des Moines, and quit racing. His face had 14 fractures to his facial bones. In 1973 Aldo opened retail business, Andretti Firestone, in Brownsburg, Indiana, but later quit to establish a machine shop for hospital beds and tool manufacturers called Andretti Machine Engineering. Aldo is the father of John, and grandfather of Jarett, both of whom followed in his footsteps with accomplished racing careers.
Al Unser, Jr. Two-time Indy 500 winner Al Unser, Jr., a member of racing’s fastest family, was raised in the rugged West. An avid snowmobiler and outdoorsman, Al grew up watching his father, Al, Sr., a four-time Indianapolis 500 winner and his Uncle Bobby, a three-time Indy winner. Between them, the Unser’s have won the Indianapolis 500 a remarkable nine times. Known in the racing world as “Little Al” in deference to the career achievements of his legendary father, Al says, “he’s taught me everything I know, but he hasn’t taught me everything he knows.” In addition to Al’s two Indy 500 wins, he is a two-time CART champion (1990, 1994), two-time Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona winner (1986, 1987), and two-time IROC champion (1986, 1988). Al has also competed in NASCAR events, including the Daytona 500. Al Unser, Jr. has accomplished in one season what many drivers dream of achieving over their entire career. He embodies racing’s super competitive spirit.
Elizabeth Lee Band, After Party Entertainment Mary is a co-singer-songwriter with her partner in crime (and dad!), Bobby and they are the Elizabeth Lee Band. Their goal through their music is to create an atmosphere to connect. To connect with yourself, others, and music. Basically, we love music. We think it’s good for us all, and in our little broken and often hurting world, we hope hearing our music can bring you the atmosphere you need to connect with yourself, your friends, and the beauty of music.
THANKS TO ALL WORKING FOR THE CURE. Kathleen and Victor Smith
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PREMIER AUCTION ITEMS Moyer Fine Jewelers Shopping Spree Enjoy your own personal shopping spree with a $2,000 gift certificate to Moyer Fine Jewelers. Help yourself to a complimentary charcuterie board and a beverage from our in-house bar while you shop for your new jewelry! Thank you: Moyer Fine Jewelers
LIFT Discovery Flight Lessons Tonight, we will be auctioning off a ride in a Diamond Simulator and five exploratory flights in their brand-new Diamond aircraft from Republic Airways/LIFT Academy! In the flights, the recipient will be taught basic flight maneuvers and learn to take off and land the airplane. Take your love of aviation to the next level and learn how to fly. Restrictions: Recipient must coordinate with LIFT representative for mutually agreed upon times/dates. Expires on Nov. 30, 2021. Max Height: 6'3;â&#x20AC;? Max Weight: 230 lbs.; 15 years or older. Thank you: LIFT Academy
A Trip to Santorini Dramatic views, stunning sunsets, and views for days.... Santorini is magical! It's the trip of a lifetime! Imagine yourself on a 5-night / 6-day trip to Santorini, Greece complete with a stay at a 5-star resort & spa and a semi-private catamaran experience, including dinner & drinks. And, you will travel in style as well with a navy blue Away suitcase. Restrictions: Airfare from Indianapolis to Athens is on your own. The roundtrip flights from Athens to Santorini is included in your package. All inclusions are based on availability and comparable substitutions may be made in collaboration with the travelers. All tour elements may be upgraded and extended at an additional cost. Package includes a custom travel planning services of Bella Travel Planning, LLC. For best availability, please book at least 90 days in advance (more for high season). This certificate expires 12/31/2021.
Thank you: SBC Wealth Management and Aryn Richey
Restock Your Wine Collection Have you always wanted your own wine fridge, or maybe you need to stock yours? Here's your chance! This Frigidaire wine cooler holds up to 38 bottles of wine, and this we'll help you stock it with a selection of 48 delicious wines from Dry Farm Wines. Thank you: Discovery Ball Committee and Dry Farm Wines
PREMIER AUCTION ITEMS Maui Vacation Condo Relax on a 7-day, 6-night stay at a luxurious villa in the Kapalua Ridge Resort on the beautiful island of Maui, Hawaii. With two master suites, three bathrooms, and a private lanai looking out over the Pacific Ocean. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll feel your last care melt away as the warm tropical breezes envelope you and soothe your soul in this beautiful tropical paradise. Thank you: Dale and Kathy St. Louis Restrictions: Travel valid only between 4/15/21-11/15/2021. Must be a mutually agreed-upon date with donor.
Peloton Bike The Peloton Bike is the best in-home spin bike on the market. The cutting-edge design, near-silent belt drive, and smooth magnetic resistance allows you to showcase the bike anywhere in your home without the noise and messy characteristic of other home fitness equipment. Restrictions: Peloton bike does not include subscription service; must be purchased separately by winner.
Thank you: Peloton
Five Night Stay in a Tennessee Cabin Need a break from your everyday worries and cares? Escape to "Aah Rocky Top," a charming cabin for a 5-night stay. Located in Sevierville, this cabin still places you close to all the attractions of Pigeon Forge and offers a comfortable cabin interior for you to enjoy on your vacation! If you want to step outside to enjoy your cabin's wooded views, you'll enjoy a cookout on your cabin's gas grill. After dinner, you might want to enjoy listening to the sounds of summer in the mountains while relaxing on your screened in porch with a hot tub. When you're ready to rest up for another day of adventure in Pigeon Forge, you can enjoy a plush king bed, a jacuzzi tub, and a connecting full bath in your bedroom. While you'll love relaxing at your cabin, nearby Pigeon Forge offers plenty of fun and excitement with an abundance of restaurants, attractions, and shopping. No matter what you want to enjoy while on your vacation - your cabin places you near it all. Restrictions: Must be a mutually agreed-upon date with donor. Some blackout dates do apply. Please request dates of travel 9 weeks prior to wanting to travel.
Thank you: Patrick & Rebecca Baert
PREMIER AUCTION ITEMS Dormie Network Golf Membership Enjoy a one (1) year membership for one (1) individual in the Dormie Network, a national network of exclusive clubs combining the experience of destination golf with the premier hospitality of private membership. Each Dormie Network club offers challenging and expeditious play, pristine course conditions, and genuine hospitality. Members enjoy full member privileges and access to every facility with a single membership which include full-service amenities, premium accommodations, and genuine hospitality at every turn. Your membership includes access to the following clubs: • • • • • •
Ballyhack Golf Club, Roanoke, Virginia Dormie Club, Pinehurst, North Carolina Victoria National Golf Club, Newburgh, Indiana Briggs Ranch Golf Club, San Antonio, Texas ArborLinks, Nebraska City, Nebraska Hidden Creek, Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey
Thank you: Dormie Network
Chatham Hills Staycation We have the perfect, pandemic-friendly getaway for those who are not comfortable traveling. Why not have a stay-cation at Chatham Hills in Westfield, IN? This stay & play package includes two (2) nights in the Chatham Hills Guest House, with access to amazing amenities like a championship Pete Dye golf course, luxurious dining, bowling, swimming and more! Located just off US-31 in Westfield, and minutes from Grand Park Sports Complex, enjoy all the amenities that Chatham Hills offers without traveling far from home. The Chatham Guest House sleeps up to 18 people and is an ideal getaway for all groups...couples, families or a girls trip! Thank you: Chatham Hills
AAA Hoosier Motor Club Adventure Science Center Amazon American Cancer Society Guild American Dairy Association of Indiana Anonymous Aryn Richey Avena Birthstones Baby Got Bows Barefoot Dreams BarkBox Basket Pizzazz Bath Junkie BaubleBar Beauty Brands Big Machine Distillery Big Red Liquors BlendJet BorgWarner Brighton Collectibles Bronca Carrie Fulbright ChappyWrap The Club at Chatham Hills Cheryl's Cookies Christy Jennings CreateOn Cutco Corporation Deep End Talent Strategies District Tap Dormie Network Dr. Jeff & Lisa Breall Dry Farm Wines EM Studio Salon Epic Indianapolis Climbing & Fitness Eskenazi Health Excell Chiropractic Flatbox Foundations Studio/Kelly O'Brian French Lick Resort Gretchen Frederick Grounds & Hounds Heidi Dilger Hendricks Regional Health Indianapolis American Cancer Society Guild Indianapolis Colts Indy Eleven Professional Soccer Indy Sports Massage Invoke Studio IU Sports Properties
Karma Candles & Kinds Kelly Landscaping KONG Box Kramer Portraits Laura Vance LIFT Academy Marahlago Market District Grocery Store Milioz MISSION Instant Cooling Gear Monarch Beverage Moyer Fine Jewelers Mr. & Mrs. Dale & Kathleen St. Louis Mr. & Mrs. Damion & Nicolle Tolliver Mr. & Mrs. Ryan & Margaret Gooley Mrs. Amanda Rubeck Mrs. Amy Arnell Mrs. Ilene Smith Mrs. Lori Schankerman Mrs. Monica Wight Ms. Emily O'Dell Ms. Holly Ryan Nbryte, LLC Newfields Pacers Sports & Entertainment Patrick & Becky Baert Proud Grill Company Limited Pumpkin & Spice Puppy Dogs & Ice Cream Publishing Republic Airways Republic National Distributing Company SBC Wealth Management Schahet Hotels Sheila Carlson Skill Skool Soccer SkinnyGirl Skydive Indianapolis SmartNoggin Toys Something Splendid Sullivan's Steakhouse Tablift Taxman Brewing Company The Bold Bow Tie Tyler Mason Salon & Spa Urban Air Adventure Park Noblesville Vera Bradley Vortex Optics Wood Wind Golf Club Zachary Confections
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All sales are final. Your bid, oral or written, constitutes a legal and binding contract. No item will be sold for less than its minimum bid. Any bid that does not exceed the previous bid by at least the minimum increment will be considered invalid. Indecipherable bids will not be honored. The auction official shall have sole and final discretion to determine the successful bidder or to re-offer and resell articles in dispute. All items are sold as is. The American Cancer Society (ACS) makes no warranties, assumption of liability, or representation of any kind with respect to any items, trips, or services described in this program/catalog and sold at the auction. ACS reserves the right to change or withdraw any auction lot or any part of an auction lot, at any time prior to the actual sale. Payment in full on November 11, 2020, is mandatory. Failure to do so will forfeit the item to the next highest bidder. Payment must be made via credit card online Visa, MasterCard, or American Express. Successful bidders will receive their purchases after the event, either via pick up at the American Cancer Society office on set days and times; via delivery in person; or will be mailed with an additional shipping charge added to your purchase. If ACS is prevented by fire, theft, or any other reason whatsoever from delivering any property to the successful bidder, the American Cancer Society’s liability shall be limited to the sum actually paid by the successful bidder. It shall be the responsibility of the successful bidder of services to contact the donor to arrange the time and place of delivery. Reservations for the use of homes, condominiums, and private catering must be mutually arranged between the donor and successful bidder unless otherwise specified. The successful bidder of the use of a private home, condo, or club may not sell or give this privilege to a third party. Successful bidders should retain the auction receipt for their records. Values listed on the receipt are estimated by the donor and are not warranted by the American Cancer Society. Please consult your tax advisor for specific IRS regulations. Checkout process: All items must be paid for by 11:00 p.m. the evening of the auction. Any shipping fees are the responsibility of the purchaser. Please be alert to all conditions, restrictions, and expiration dates on items and services in the auction. Restaurant certificates do not include liquor, tax, or gratuities, unless otherwise indicated. All hotel/resort reservations are based on availability, unless the certificate specifies a specific date. Unless otherwise specified, all gift certificates and services must be used by the expiration date indicated on the certificate.
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Supporting Communities Ice Miller is proud to support the Discovery Ball. Our law firm supports more than 100 nonprofit organizations throughout our region. We are proud to work together with the American Cancer Society to build dreams in our community.
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Raising Hope offers event supporters an opportunity to make a gift directly to the mission of the American Cancer Society in its quest for a cancer-free world. Our sincere appreciation to the following donors for their generous lead gifts. Lead Mission Gift in Memory of Judy Christofolis Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance Vectren Foundation Barnes & Thornburg LLP Kathy Harrison Invest in Others Charitable Foundation in recognition of Erin Pentz If you would like to help in the fight against cancer make a 100% tax deductible donation, click to donate through the auction mobile bidding program or CLICK HERE.
Matching Gift Program Many companies offer matching gift programs to encourage employees to contribute to charitable organizations. To find out if your company will match your contribution, please CLICK HERE. If you do not find your company through this search, please check with your company and see if they offer a program that will match your contribution. The gifts and contributions you make at the Discovery Ball could double the impact on the American Cancer Societyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lifesaving mission. Should you, or your guests be interested and need any assistance in completing a matching gift request, please contact Sheila Carlson, Senior Development Manager, Distinguished Events, Sheila.firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-344-7846. Thank you for your commitment and dedication to donating on this Journey to a Cure
Thank you to our ELITE 100! Contributors Amy Arnell Lisa Breall Tonya Brown Sheila Carlson
Mary Creazzo Tom Feigenbaum Alison Melton Erin Pentz
If you are interested to become an ELITE 100! Contributor by making a donation of $100 monthly for a year, please contact, Sheila Carlson, Sheila.email@example.com
American Cancer Society We value your support of our researchers at the IU Simon Cancer Center. We proudly support you and the Discovery Ball. Together, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll continue to make discoveries. cancer.iu.edu
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CANCER HASNâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;T STOPPED. So neither have we.
Cancer treatments can compromise immune systems, making cancer patients like Victoria even more vulnerable to COVID-19. We need your help to keep critical support and resources available during this crisis.
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