You're not going to want to miss this!

September 2015 

 
Tuesday, November 10th at 7pm
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater, San Francisco

 
We can’t wait!! Our signature event is back this year bigger and brighter than ever!
 
DanceFAR is a one-night only showcase of world-class dance performed by acclaimed local and international artists, and includes an unforgettable after-party where you can mingle with the dancers and enjoy amazing food and wine. This event is expected to sell out, so reserve your place now! 

 

   

Special Guest Artist and DanceFAR Co-Founder Garen Scribner

“Our event resonates with people -- patients, survivors, family members, friends and colleagues -- because cancer touches everyone. We are honored to support the critical, cutting-edge research and education initiatives of CPIC again this year.” 
 
Garen is currently appearing on Broadway in An American in Paris and will appear as a soloist at DanceFAR 2015.


 

Stellar Host Committee

Co-chairs Sam Bronfman II and Tim Dattels have assembled a passionate team of community leaders to lend their support to DanceFAR 2015 as members of our Host Committee. We are delighted to have their warm and enthusiastic commitment to raising awareness for cancer prevention.


Join our family of sponsors 

We invite you to partner with us in achieving our vision of a world free from cancer. Individual and corporate sponsorships are available at all levels.  



 

Oakland A's Celebrate Hope and Survival
 
Our summer sales of caps and pins at Oakland A’s home games culminated September 6th in a special on-field celebration of hope and survival. CEO Donna Randall was on hand to receive a portion of the proceeds, which will support our breast cancer education programs. 


 
 
 

 TEAL = Take Early Action & Live 

We all know that pink ribbons are   for breast cancer awareness, but   do you know what the teal ribbon   means? September is Ovarian     Cancer Month and the teal ribbon is a reminder of the importance of   early detection. Don’t ignore the   symptoms. 





© Cancer Prevention Institute of California