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ApronTie Announces October Breast Cancer Awareness Month Fundraiser
LAS VEGAS, NV (Oct 5, 2020) — Apron Tie creator Chef Jean Paul Labadie has announced a fundraiser partnership for the month of October, in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month. From today through October 31, Apron Tie will offer two special designs of the chef’s apron tie with breast cancer awareness designs for $20, donating $10 from every purchase directly to NVCCF’s The Caring Place, a local charity caring for cancer patients of all ages and genders. Apron Tie will also offer four Halloween themed designs for $15, donating $5 of each purchase toward The Caring Place.
“We work with a lot of women chefs and always conscious of women’s health issues, cancer in particular,” says Jean-Paul. “In fact, I lost my own sister Marie Tere to cancer. So it was important for us to do something this month to help raise awareness in our community, and hopefully some funds as well.”
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About Apron Tie
Apron Tie is the unique creation of Chef Jean-Paul Labadie, a veteran of the Las Vegas Strip who saw a need to resolve some of the fatigue and comfort problems of chefs on their feet for long hours. The Apron Tie has already found many fans among the culinary and bar community.
About The Caring Place
The Caring Place, an adult services program of NVCCF, is dedicated to easing the journey of those adults diagnosed with cancer as well as their caregivers. An oasis away from medical facilities, The Caring Place Program provides no-cost programs and services to support, educate and empower those who have or have had cancer as well as their direct caregivers.
Since 1993, the mission of Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation is to provide social, educational, financial and psychological support services and programs to families of all children diagnosed with life threatening or critical illnesses such as cancer, HIV/AIDS, sickle cell, renal, blood and immunologic diseases and to provide healing arts and wellness programs to adults touched by cancer as well as to chronically ill children and their caregivers.
See https://nvccf.org/the-caring-place/ for more details.