Philadelphia

Living Beyond Breast Cancer: The Butterfly Ball Sponsor Party

Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC), is a national nonprofit organization with the mission of empowering all women affected by breast cancer to live as long as possible with the best quality of life. As an education and support organization, the organization’s goal is to help all women affected by breast cancer take an active role in their ongoing recovery or management of the disease, regardless of educational background, social support or financial means.

Living Beyond Breast Cancer 354 West Lancaster Ave., Suite 224

Haverford, PA 19041 Phone: 610.645.4567

A few weeks ago LBBC held a sponsor cocktail party at Le Castagne 1920 Chestnut Street, with David Hall & Creg Oosterhart and Jennifer & Albert Simmons in attendance and who are co-chairs of the Butterfly Ball on November 12, 2011 in Philadelphia with Maureen & Nathan Doran, and Karen & Christopher Gagnier.



Geoff Harden, Nicole Meyenberg, Assistant Vice President at Fairmount Ventures

Making a difference Jean Sachs,CEO at Living Beyond Breast Cancer and Beth Haas

Mit Joyner, Lynn Marks, Jeanne Marren Egan

Elizabeth McDermott, James McDermott, Peter Perrota and Albert Simmons. Peter, who is an opera singer, lost his wife recently to breast cancer, and entertained the gathered guests. He has lent his support to LBBC as he knows the importance of the services it provides, especially to those who are not in good financial standing.

Jil Blatstein and Jacki Blumenfeld

Brooks, Caroline Kallman Joffe, Rachel Gold all from Govberg Jewelers; For almost 20 years, LBBC has made a mark on breast cancer history and now services over 60,000 women who are in need of breast cancer resources and support. At Club 20, LBBC will announce its plans for a year-long celebration to recognize 20 years of service to women and families affected by breast cancer – using The Butterfly Ball as the anniversary’s official kick off.

This year’s Going Beyond Honorees have had an instrumental impact on the direction that LBBC has taken over the last two decades. Ann Ricksecker, Mark Plamondon, Lynn Marks, Mit Joyner and Lisa Bayard have all served as chairs on LBBC’s board of directors, and their leadership has been evident through LBBC’s innovation throughout its history in the breast cancer movement. LBBC’s very own Jean Sachs, MSS, MLSP, CEO of Living Beyond Breast Cancer, will be presented with LBBC’s top honor: The Founder’s Award.