When is Taste of Hope?
Taste of Hope will take place on Thursday October 10, 2019 at San Bernardino Fairgrounds - Alaska USA building.
What is the attire for the event?
The dress code for this event is “casual cocktail.” Many of our guests come straight from work, while others change into festive attire.
I purchased tickets online. When will I receive my tickets?
All guests will be pre-registered at the event and will not need a hard copy ticket.
What is the schedule of events?
Event registration begins at 5:30 pm. After you register, you will have access to the event activities. Tasting Stations, Entertainment, Silent Auction & Live Auction. The event concludes at 9:00 pm.
How do I guarantee a table for our group?
Limited tables are reserved - you may purchase table of eight for $500 or sponsor our event. For more information about becoming a sponsor, please visit our sponsorship page.
Can I use cash for purchases on the night of the event?
No, we do not accept cash at Taste of Hope. Only credit cards and checks will be accepted.
How do I get to Taste of Hope?
Taste of Hope is located at San Bernardino Fairgrounds - Alaska Bldg 14800 7th Street, Victorville. Alaska USA Building.
Can I purchase a ticket at the door?
No, Tickets to Taste of Hope must be purchased in advance through our website.
Can I make a Taste of Hope donation to the American Cancer Society?
Yes, donations are being accepted. You may click here to donate online, call in or mail your donation to the our Riverside office - 6377 Riverside Ave Suite 203, Riverside, CA 92506
I am interested in leadership opportunities with Taste of Hope or in getting more involved with the American Cancer Society. How do I learn more?
We would love to speak with you more about joining our Taste of Hope leadership board or other leadership opportunities within the American Cancer Society. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 760.887.3427.
Where does the money go that is raised at Taste of Hope?
Taste of Hope donations will support the mission of the American Cancer Society as we save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer.
The American Cancer Society is the largest private funder of cancer research in the United States, with more than $3.9 billion invested in the search for new cures. Research funded by the Society has laid the groundwork for virtually every major breakthrough in cancer prevention, detection and treatment seen in the last six decades. When we began, only a quarter of all cancer patients achieved 5-year survival. Today, more than 2 in 3 will reach this milestone. Through the years, 47 scientists funded by the Society have earned the Nobel Prize for their findings.
Will I receive a receipt for my tax records?
If you mail in your donation, the American Cancer Society will send you a receipt for your tax records, approximately six weeks after payment is received. If you make a donation online using your credit card, you will be directed to a confirmation page that can be printed for your tax records. In addition, an email will be sent to you that includes a receipt that can be printed for your records.
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide, community-based, volunteer-driven health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives from cancer, and diminishing suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy and service.
Founded in 1913, the Society is the most experienced and largest non-profit cancer-fighting organization in the world. It consists of a National Home Office located in Atlanta, Georgia and chartered divisions throughout the country comprised of more than 3,400 community offices. More than two million Society volunteers work to conquer cancer. All services and programs are free to the public. Information can be found 24-hours-a-day at www.cancer.org or
1-800-227-2345. The Society's major programs are:
RESEARCH -The Society is the largest source of private, non-profit cancer research funds in the U.S., second only to the federal government in total dollars spent. To date, the Society has invested more than $3 billion in cancer research in the form of grants, and funded 46 Nobel Laureates early on in their careers, when there were few funding sources available to them.
CANCER EARLY DETECTION & TREATMENT - Activities at the local, state and national level take place daily that have a positive impact on the entire spectrum of prevention, early detection, effective treatment, survival and quality of life related to cancer. To that end, the organization conducts campaigns focusing on breast cancer, tobacco control, nutrition and exercise, colon cancer and prostate cancer. For example, the American Cancer Society:
• Partners with the State Department of Health Services to educate more than 900,000 fourth- and fifth-graders about developing good nutrition and exercise habits for a long and healthy life.
• Established community forums to educate the public on cancer issues and the importance of early detection.
• Works with CDC on HPV Vaccination meant to prevent Cervical Cancer
PATIENT SERVICES - The organization and its volunteers offer emotional support and practical help to patients, their families, their care givers and their community from the time of diagnosis throughout life to life's end. Some of these services include:
• Patient transportation to and from treatments
• Partner with Community Groups to further ACS Mission and Services
• Programs specifically designed to help breast cancer patients through diagnosis and treatment reach to recovery.
• These programs use trained volunteers/survivors.
• An online Cancer Survivors' Network
Cancer is a political as well as a medical, social, psychological and economic issue. To positively impact cancer-related decisions made by government policy-makers daily, the Society strives to influence public policies at all levels, with special emphasis on laws or regulations relating to tobacco, healthcare access, increased Federal research funding, the rights of cancer patients and survivors, and dissemination of cancer prevention information.
Toll-free phone number with trained cancer information specialists on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week:
(800) ACS-2345, web site: www.cancer.org
San Bernardino Fairgrounds - Alaska Bldg 14800 7th Street, Victorville