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.
Young Survivors Benefit & Celebration
Feb. 20, 2015
Frazier History Museum
Enjoy hors d’oeuvres, music and live and silent auctions to benefit young breast cancer survivors through the Norton Cancer Institute Breast Health Program
Learn more about the Young Survivors Benefit & Celebration and purchase your tickets
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Rodes For Him and For Her
This evening of fun and shopping benefits the Norton Cancer Institute Breast Health Program, supporting the cost of mammograms for underserved women in our community. Attendees enjoy shopping for Derby hats and attire, hors d’oeuvres, “divatinis” and socializing with friends.
Learn more about Derby Divas
Pink and White Game
St. Xavier High School
Seniors of Assumption High School and Sacred Heart Academy face off for the sixth annual Pink and White Game, a flag football game to benefit the Norton Cancer Institute Breast Health Program through the Norton Healthcare Foundation. Boys from St. Xavier and Trinity high schools will perform a halftime show.
Norton Healthcare Foundation Golf Classic
June 1, 2015
Lake Forest Country Club
The Norton Healthcare Foundation Golf Classic features teams of four playing in a scramble format at Lake Forest Country Club in eastern Jefferson County, Kentucky. 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.
Norton Neuroscience Institute Expo
Louisville Marriott Downtown
The Norton Neuroscience Institute Expo offers educational seminars, products and services focused on improving the quality of life for individuals and families living with neurological disorders, including multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, ALS, Alzheimer’s disease and stroke. The expo showcases more than 50 vendors (businesses and nonprofit agencies) that provide programs, services and products for people with neurological conditions. The event also offers educational tracks and seminars on legal topics, financial planning, coping skills and more. Sponsorships and vendor opportunities for the 2015 Norton Neuroscience Institute Expo are available.
Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015
The Bike to Beat Cancer is a one-day cycling event for riders of all levels who want to make a difference and help those battling cancer at Norton Cancer Institute. There are three distance options to choose from — 35, 65 or 100 mile — as well as a Family Ride of 5 miles. The Bike to Beat Cancer supports prevention and early detection, survivorship services and clinical research at Norton Cancer Institute. Learn more
For information on sponsorship, contact Anne Cannon, (502) 629-8062.
Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015
Louisville Marriott Downtown
This masquerade-themed gala benefits much-needed services for people in the Louisville area living with neurological disorders. The evening features a gourmet meal, dancing and live and silent auctions
For information on sponsorship, or to purchase tickets contact, Elizabeth Hannan (502) 629-5543.