Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Redhead Piano Bar Hosts Cabaret for a Cause in Support of A Silver Lining Foundation


Join a celebration of music and health 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 12 when The Redhead Piano Bar (16 W. Ontario St., Chicago; 312-640-1000) hosts Cabaret for a Cause to benefit breast cancer advocacy organization, A Silver Lining Foundation (ASLF).

Enjoy libations from The Redhead Piano Bar, tasty treats from Cork Catering and a special performance by Chicago’s Entertainer, Ron Hawking. Tickets are $45 per person and can be purchased at the door or in advance at http://www.asilverliningfoundation.org/. The ticket price includes open bar and appetizers from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. One hundred percent of the proceeds support ASLF’s Buy A Mom A Mammogram™ program, which provides no cost screening mammograms and diagnostic follow up testing for uninsured and underinsured patients.

“A Silver Lining Foundation is excited to partner with The Redhead Piano Bar to host Cabaret for a Cause,” says Dr. Sandy Goldberg, breast cancer survivor and ASLF founder. “This event will be memorable and it will also make a difference in someone’s life.”

For more information ASLF, please visit http://www.asilverliningfoundation.org/ or call (312) 345-1322. For more information on The Redhead Piano Bar, visit http://www.theredheadpianobar.com/ or call (312) 640-1000.

About The Redhead Piano Bar
Owned since 1993 by Art Bryan, The Redhead Piano Bar is a nightspot where different performers come to play live piano music for the bar’s local and visiting upscale clientele. The Redhead Piano Bar is located at 16 W. Ontario St. Chicago and offers live music, wine, spirits, cigars and private parties seven days a week. The Redhead Piano Bar accepts any major credit card. For more information about The Redhead Piano Bar, please call (312) 640-1000 or visit http://www.redheadpianobar.com/.

About A Silver Lining Foundation
Since the Buy A Mom A Mammogram program's inception in 2006, ASLF has provided more than 2,500 women with information about and access to no cost screening mammograms. In response to the growing number of women needing follow up due to a possible abnormality, the foundation began funding diagnostic testing in 2007. Since its launch in 2002, ASLF has provided more than 450,000 people with information about cancer resources, treatment options and support services. Through the organization's programs, services and personal support, the foundation strives to provide opportunities for medically underserved people affected by cancer.

The philosophy of the foundation is based on two phrases Dr. Goldberg's late mother used to live by: “No matter what your situation, you have to see the silver lining,” and “We are all family, and we have to help each other through the tough times.” With 50 million Americans currently living without health insurance, the Buy A Mom A Mammogram program provides a silver lining to those in need.

ASLF’s administrative offices are located at 134 N. LaSalle, Ste. 1218, Chicago, 60602. The organization runs three cancer related programs: Buy A Mom A Mammogram , the Chicagoland Cancer Information Coalition (CCIC) and The Evelyn Goldberg Center at the University of Illinois Medical Center at Chicago. For more information on A Silver Lining Foundation, please call (312) 345-1322 or visit http://www.asilverliningfoundation.org/. Subscribe to the ASLF blog at http://asilverliningfoundation.blogspot.com/.
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