Thank you to those who were able to join Planned Parenthood for our annual Miami Fundraiser, “An Evening of Style and Substance” on April 10. It was a fantastic evening of interesting art and edgy conversation. Many thanks to Dawn Laguens, Chief Experience Officer for Planned Parenthood Federation of America for sharing her wisdom and humor with us!
As we announced at the event, a generous donor will donate $2 for every $1 donated to An Evening of Style and Substance – tripling your gift. This is a phenomenal way to maximize your gift and ensure Planned Parenthood can continue to provide lifesaving reproductive health care and education in our community!
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Martin County Cocktails for a Cause
Thursday, November 7, 2013 from six to eight o'clock in the evening at a lovely private waterfront home to help raise funds for Planned Parenthood's health care and educational programs.
Cocktails for a Cause attendees will learn about national and local issues affecting reproductive health and access to health care while indulging in delectable appetizers, refreshing cocktails, and grooving to the live band, The Nouveaux Honkies!
*Event location disclosed upon receipt of RSVP.
22nd Annual Tradition of Choice Luncheon
Planned Parenthood of South Florida and the Treasure Coast is honored to host Dee Dee Myers as our keynote speaker at the 22nd Annual Tradition of Choice Luncheon.
Dee Dee Myers served as White House Press Secretary during President Clinton's first term, making her the first woman, as well as being the second-youngest to hold that position. During her tenure, she gained unique insights into the special challenges women face both in politics, and leadership positions outside the political world. Today she is a sought-after political analyst and commentator, and a contributing editor to Vanity Fair.
The Tradition of Choice luncheon raises funds for the critical health and education services offered by Planned Parenthood, including life saving cancer screenings and breast exams, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, and contraception. Funds will also support the Teen Outreach Program to prevent teen pregnancy and build positive youth-adult relationships.