All proceeds from Taylor Day in Chicago are donated to Imerman Angels. IMERMAN ANGELS is a not-for-profit organization that connects cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers for 1-on-1 support.
“The service IMERMAN ANGELS provides is absolutely free and brings together anyone touched by any type of cancer, at any cancer stage level, at any age, living anywhere in the world building relationships to fight cancer together.
IMERMAN ANGELS are walking, talking, living proof to inspire cancer fighters that they can beat and survive cancer. IMERMAN ANGELS currently has over 3,000 cancer fighters, survivors, and caregivers in their network and has made over 1,200 pair-ups since their inception—700 in 2008 alone! The mission of IMERMAN ANGELS is to provide every cancer fighter in the United States free access to a cancer survivor within 24 hours of diagnosis.”
If you or someone you know is touched by cancer, Imerman Angels can get them connected. For more information or to make a donation, please visit: www.imermanangels.org.
WHEN: Tuesday, July 17, 2012
WHERE: Cubs Game at Wrigley Field
Information about the Pre- and Post-Party is now available. If you aren’t going to the game but would like to make a donation, you can do so here:
We are changing it up this year and we will be having the pre- and post-party at Deuce’s and the Diamond Club. We’ll meet before the game to distribute tickets, name tags and wristbands. We will be there as early as 11:00 a.m. to start the festivities. We have secured an area on bottom floor in the middle of the bar for the pre-party, so please make your way there to pick up everything.
Deuce’s and the Diamond Club 3505 North Clark Street (773) 644-5554 Website »
Why “Taylor Day”?
“It’s important to mention that Taylor Day is not a celebration of Taylor, rather a celebration of friendships new and old. A celebration of life and the pursuit of happiness. A celebration of a great city and a great country and all of the freedoms that it provides us. A celebration of a beloved pastime. Taylor Day isn’t a product with the aim of making a profit; it’s a product to promote goodwill.”
As Taylor Day grows in popularity so does the opportunity to do some good with it…an opportunity to make a difference. What started years ago with 15 people at a ballgame, has grown to a philanthropic event with an ever-expanding horde of enthusiasts. We hope you continue to participate for years to come and enjoy good friendships and great fun…but know that you are doing much much more.
See you at the ballgame!
Dr. EveAnn Lovero writes Travel Guides @ www.vino-con-vista.com