DALLAS--()--Cancer Support Community North Texas is proud to present the 5th Annual Rock the Red Door party at the House of Blues, located at 2200 N. Lamar Street in Dallas on Thursday, October 25. Chace Crawford, star of “Gossip Girl” and a Dallas native, is serving as the special celebrity host of this year’s bash. The Spazmatics return to the RTRD to rock the house with their never-ending catalog of covers of the best hits from the 1980s.
Guests at Rock the Red Door will enjoy top-shelf food and drinks, a fortune teller, photo booths and a wide selection of raffle and silent auction items. For more information, including how to purchase event tickets, visit www.RockTheRedDoor.com.
Rock the Red Door is organized and led by the Young Leadership Board, a group of young professionals who are advancing the cause of social and emotional support for people living with cancer by raising awareness and organizing philanthropic initiatives to benefit Cancer Support Community North Texas.
All proceeds from the Rock the Red Door event will benefit Cancer Support Community North Texas, a non-profit organization that provides free support for anyone living with cancer - men, women, teens and children - along with their families and friends throughout their cancer journey. For additional information about Cancer Support Community North Texas go online to www.cancersupporttexas.org or call 214-219-8877.
Cancer Support Community North Texas is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to providing FREE support for men, women and children living with cancer, as well as their families and friends, as a supplement to medical care. Through a network of affiliates, the nonprofit has created communities of support to meet the needs of anyone whose life is changed by a cancer diagnosis – patients, family and friends. Free of charge, the organization offers support groups, networking groups, lectures, workshops and social events – as well as structured programs for children and teens – in a warm, welcoming and home-like setting. At Cancer Support Community, individuals interact with others touched by cancer and build emotional and social support as a supplement to medical care. Contact Dan Blackburn, Program Specialist, One Works of Grace Plaza, 2710 Oak Lawn, Dallas, TX 75219, 214-219-8877. For general information visit www.cancersupporttexas.org.