Heroes of Hope Gala to Benefit Camp Happy Days – Friday, November 17th

The 28th Anniversary of the Cabooty Party will help raise money for kids kickin’ cancer

Charleston, SC – On Friday, November 17, Camp Happy Days will host the Heroes of Hope Gala, the 28th Anniversary of the Cabooty Party, presented by APECS Aerospace in Association with Heritage Pools. The Heroes of Hope Gala will be held at the Memminger Auditorium in Downtown Charleston from 7-11pm and will feature live entertainment by Super Deluxe, heavy hors d’oeuvres by Graze and Swig and Swine, an  open bar  and a live and  silent auction.

Founded in 1982, Camp Happy Days’ mission is to offer support and encouragement to children diagnosed with cancer and their families. With the help of this event, Camp Happy Days is able to help provide children with cancer cost free year-round programs, special events and access to crisis resources.

Allan “Cabooty” Cabading, a survivor of childhood cancer and one of Camp Happy Days’ first counselors, started the Gala in his own apartment as a tree-trimming party. It has now grown into a major fundraiser that is proudly hosted by the organization and Allan Cabading himself.

General admission tickets for the Heroes of Hope Gala are $125 per person. To purchase tickets, please visit CampHappyDays.org/Gala. Sponsors for the event include Apecs Aerospace in association with Heritage Pools, Boeing, Kickin Chicken, Swig & Swine, Graze, Ben Arnold, EventWorks, Fox Events, Anchor Sign, Adams Outdoor Advertising, Hoffman Law Firm, East Bay Financial Services, LLC and Little Dog Agency.  Sponsorships are still available for the Gala. If you’re interested in sponsoring the event, please contact Cindy Hay Johnson at Cindy@camphappydays.com.

For more information about Camp Happy Days and the Heroes of Hope Gala, please visit CampHappyDays.org or find them on Facebook at Facebook.com/CHDSouthCarolina.

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