Society-Maven Chairs Tickled Pink with Record-Breaking Raffle, Lunch at Post Oak Hotel

Jacob Power and Daniel Ortiz
Society-Maven Chairs Tickled Pink with Record-Breaking Raffle, Lunch at Post Oak Hotel

Tena Faust, Sue Smith, Tama Lundquist

AN IMPRESSIVE CROWD of 650 ladies who lunch turned up at the Post Oak Hotel to raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society. The “Tickled Pink” affair was a resounding success, breaking attendance and fundraising records for the event while generating support for survivors and caregivers.


Chairs Jacquie Baly, Beth Wolff and Cynthia Wolff — along with honorary chair, breast-cancer survivor Leisa Holland-Nelson Bowman — hosted a pretty, pink-ified program that included a keynote address by physician Arif Kamal, the chief patient officer for the ACS, and a standing ovation for Houston women who have made a philanthropic impact, particularly in the cancer space.

A sold-out raffle and sale of bottomless Champagne glasses contributed to the afternoon’s total till of nearly $400,000. Way to think pink!

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