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The Glitter Gala

Saturday, October 28 - Sunday, October 29, 2017 | 6:00 pm - 10:45 pm

Hayes Mansion200 Edenvale AvenueSan Jose, CA 95136

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On Saturday, October 28th, Unravel will be hosting their 2017 GLITTER GALA at Hayes Mansion in San Jose, CA. This special event is celebrating what should have been Jennifer Lynn Kranz’s 10th birthday.

Now is the best time to just not be sorry, but also be active!  Unravel is excited to announce that all donations for the Glitter Gala up to $250,000 will be matched.

We are looking for all levels of volunteers to make this phenomenal night a success. If you’ve been looking for a way to get involved, this is it!  Please e-mail us at gala@unravelpediatriccancer.org to get involved.

The Glitter Gala will support Dr. Michelle Monje at Stanford University. Dr Monje’s lab is taking a multiple-pronged approach to investigating new DIPG treatments, including exploring molecular and cellular vulnerabilities of DIPG cells, determining the mechanisms by which normal cells become cancerous, and finding ways to lessen the effects of treatment on normal cells. 

To participate or learn more, visit unravelpediatriccancer.org/events/gala or contact gala@unravelpediatriccancer.org

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