Norton Healthcare Foundation Events
The Norton Healthcare Foundation holds several events annually to benefit different areas within Norton Healthcare. Please contact us for information on how you can get involved or host your own event.
Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015
The Bike to Beat Cancer is a one-day cycling event for riders who want to make a difference and help those battling cancer at Norton Cancer Institute. There are four distance options from which to choose: 35, 65 or 100 miles, or riders can ride in the new Family Ride presented by Bluegrass Family Health. The Family Ride is a distance of 5 miles. Not a bike rider? You can always volunteer. Whatever you do, you are helping those battling cancer.
Some of the areas the Bike to Beat Cancer will support are the prevention and early detection program, survivorship and clinical research. Learn more
For information on sponsorship, contact Anne Cannon, (502) 629-8062.
1-N-3 Gala: Unmasking the Faces of Neurological Disorders
Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015
Marriott Louisville Downtown
280 W. Jefferson St.
One in three people in the state of Kentucky are living with a neurological disorder such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, ALS, epilepsy or stroke. This masquerade-themed gala benefits much-needed services provided through the Norton Neuroscience Institute Resource Center for people in the Louisville area living with neurological disorders. The evening will feature a gourmet meal, dancing and live and silent auctions.
For information on sponsorship, or to purchase tickets contact, Elizabeth Hannan (502) 629-5543.
This evening of fun and shopping presented by Dace and King Stubbs and YUM Brands Foundation benefits Norton Cancer Institute Breast Health Program, supporting the cost of mammograms for underserved women in our community. Held at Rodes For Him and For Her, attendees enjoy playing the Derby DivasTM game to win prizes, shopping for Derby hats and attire, and socializing with friends. This event is part of the Thorntons Challenge: Thorntons Inc. has challenged Derby Divas to raise $400,000 by January 2014. When that goal is met, Thorntons will donate $100,000 - making half a million dollars to support Norton Cancer Institute Breast Health Program.
Learn more about Derby Divas and the Thorntons Challenge now.
June 1, 2015
The Norton Healthcare Foundation Golf Classic features teams of four playing in a scramble format at Lake Forest Country Club in eastern Jefferson County. The 18-hole course features 7,151 yards of rolling bent grass fairways, large greens, multiple tee boxes and 14 lakes and creeks in play. Players come from a variety of businesses, large and small, from throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana to take part in this annual event.
No matter your skill level, you’ll enjoy an afternoon away from the office, networking and perfecting your swing.
Sponsor a team or be a corporate hole sponsor. For more information, contact Lindsey Neely, (502) 629-2810.