AUGUST 27- AUGUST 30
It’s a twist on everyone’s favorite annual celebration to benefit patients and families in our community!
Due to restrictions and safety concerns due to COVID-19, we will not be able to host our largest fundraiser of the year this summer. That’s why we’re asking you to host to your own Last Chance for White Pants celebration at home to raise money to support family members, friends and neighbors living with chronic, serious and life-limiting illness.
Whether a quiet dinner party, a midday brunch, a backyard barbecue bash, or even a virtual get together – it’s your White Pants celebration, your way.
Here’s how it works:
1 – Invite friends interested in ensuring high-quality care for individuals and families in our community.
2- Put on your white pants, have some fun and post some pics of your celebration to show your take on our signature celebration.
3 – Share information about LCFL’s mission in our community and ask for donations
To get more information, just fill out the form and we’ll be in touch to help you plan a successful fundraiser House Party.
We’ll also be hosting an online Silent Auction with fabulous items on which anyone can bid! Stay tuned for auction information on how you can participate.
Of course, all donations are welcome to support our largest fundraiser of the year. No gift to too small to ensure individuals and families right here in our community get the care and support they need while living with a serious or life-limiting illness.
Last Chance for White Pants is the largest fundraising event for Lower Cape Fear LifeCare. All of the proceeds from Last Chance for White Pants stay local, providing care and support to individuals and families in our community. Each year, Lower Cape Fear LifeCare provides more than $1 million in care and support to local families, ensuring that everyone has access to the highest quality of care, regardless of ability to pay.
Funds raised also help support programs including Lower Cape Fear LifeCare’s extensive grief care offerings for adults and children, palliative care for those living with a serious illness, healing arts programs, and community education with topics like including advanced care planning, compassionate care workshops and caregiver resources and support.