Are you familiar with Family House in San Francisco?
In a way, we hope not, as Family House is a home-away-from-home for families of pediatric cancer patients receiving treatment at the University of California San Francisco Benioff Children’s Hospital. Read More
Plans for our next Texas Hold’em fundraiser are well underway. We have a date (Wednesday, November 11), a venue (Cobb’s Comedy Club), and, we’re delighted to announce our first beneficiary, the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. Read More
The All-In to Fight Cancer team is proud to be participating in the upcoming 24 Hours of Booty bicycling fundraiser in Charlotte, supporting national and local cancer causes. Read More
It’s official: We are taking this show on the road! After five successful years in the Charlotte market, All-In To Fight Cancer is adding another Texas Hold’em fundraiser event in San Francisco. Read More
Wow! We are overwhelmed with gratitude for your support of the 5th Annual All-In to Fight Cancer Texas Hold ‘Em Benefit.
We’ve just finished tallying our proceeds, and thanks to our incredible friends and sponsors, All-In 2015 raised more than $215,000. It truly was a winning year! Read More
All-In To Fight Cancer seems to have found a winning combination with its annual Texas Hold’em fundraiser. According to event founder, Steve Amedio, this year’s poker tournament, held at the Fillmore in early March, raised over $215,000, with all proceeds going back to the local cancer community. Read More
Despite some of our best sales to date, there are a handful of player tickets still available. They’re sure to go quickly, though, so click here to secure your seat at the table. Read More
To promote our upcoming event, Platinum sponsor, JJ’s Red Hots, is dishing up an “All-In” dog. Read More
The 5th All-In to Fight Cancer Texas Hold'em Event is just days away, and we are nearly sold out — which is terrific news for fundraising, but not so terrific if you’re waiting until the last minute to buy your tickets. Read More
One of the biggest hurdles in fundraising is getting the word out. After all, money spent on marketing keeps us from maximizing the dollars we can contribute to local cancer causes. Read More
Thank goodness for iHeart Media. Again, this year, they’ve donated a huge amount of airtime — not to mention studio — to radio spots promoting this year’s All-In To Fight Cancer Texas Hold'em Event.