Cancer Below the Belt in partnership with The Dakota Lofts and artist Corey Scott held a special event to showcase the unveiling of the installation of the first six Cancer Below the Belt paintings focusing on cancers below the belt. Here you can see images of our unveiling of an installation aimed at changing the way we talk about difficult subjects.
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Cancer Below the Belt at the Downtown Club at the Met! What a wonderful time of celebrating and luring more and more people into the web of awareness. This event was over the top, with a KGA Design Functional Art furniture commemorative Cancer Below The Belt bench being raffled off! Congratulations to Brad Haygood, the winner of the bench!
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Ken Kehoe and Co. is a longtime supporter of Kelly Gale Amen and when Kelly wanted to take his awareness campaign to the next level… Ken Kehoe and Co. generously opened their doors to welcome the message of awareness. The event was all about getting the things that are hard to talk about into the open. From the food to the drinks…everything was provocative and geared toward stirring up the conversation about cancers that aren’t being talked about.
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When Cancer Below the Belt was in its infancy, a group of the earliest supporters of Cancer Below the Belt got together to establish a foundation on which many future events would be built. Click through to view the photographs of the event that some say started it all.
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