Tickets are priced at $80 each, with $40 being tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. There are two options for purchasing tickets for the Honoring The Lorax dinner: i) online through a credit card, by using PayPal; or ii) by mailing a check. There will be no actual paper tickets. An email will be sent confirming that you have purchased tickets and identifying the number of tickets purchased.
If you are unable to attend Honoring The Lorax, we both lose. Nonetheless, you can still contribute. If you wish to donate to The Triumph Fund, and hence promote clinical cancer trials at the Medical College of Wisconsin, you can do this online or through a check. Specifically:
1) To Donate by Check: Please make checks payable to MCW-The Triumph Fund and mail the check to Medical College of Wisconsin, Office of Development, 8701 Watertown Plank Road, Milwaukee, WI 53226.
2) To Donate online: To donate online, please go to the following link on the website for the Medical College of Wisconsin https://paytrace.com/cart/donate.pay?id=39112&mid=701332201000&amount=0 Please designate The Triumph Fund on the form.
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2) Purchasing Tickets By Check: You can mail a check to The Triumph Fund, 2559 N. 97th St., Wauwatosa, WI 53226 to acquire tickets. The check should be made payable to The Triumph Fund and should be made out in an amount to reflect the number of tickets you wish to purchase. Please include an email address with the check, so confirmation can be sent via email, and please identify each anticipated user of a ticket. The names of any users can be changed at any time.
As the event draws nearer, emails will be sent providing further details. In the meantime, if you have any questions, or within a week of purchase do not believe you have received an email confirming your purchase of tickets, please send an email to email@example.com.
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NOTE: For information on purchasing tickets to our 2017 event, please scroll down to "Purchasing Tickets."
Our 2017 Event
1) Purchasing Tickets Through Paypal: You do not need a PayPal account to purchase tickets. You can pay through a PayPal account or through your credit card. Just click on the button beneath this paragraph and follow the few steps necessary to make the purchase. Once you purchase tickets, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org to identify those who you anticipate will use each ticket purchased. While this information is helpful for our records, the name or names of any anticipated users can be changed at any time.
The Lorax returns in 2017 with another Honoring The Lorax event.
The festivities will take place during the evening of Sunday, August 27, 2017 in the beautiful Ballroom of the Wisconsin Club, 900 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee. (For directions, please see the below map.)
The event will begin at 5:00 pm, with doors opening for registration at 4:30. There will be appetizers, dinner, dessert, and complimentary wine and soda.
promoting innovative cancer research
The Triumph Fund, LTD.
“If there be any truer measure of a man than by what he does, it must be by what he gives.”
We hope to continue to build on the remarkable success since our inaugural event in 2013. By the end of 2016, we had proudly donated $165,000 to the Clinical Trials Office at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Interspersed with the fun and laughter, there will be brief presentations.
Dr. James P. Thomas, Medical Director of MCW's Clinical Trials Office, will make an interesting presentation on clinical trials and explain how they bring potentially life-saving treatments to patients with all types of cancer, many of whom have few if any remaining treatment options.