GOCA 2024 Shaken, Not Stirred Gala

Increasing ovarian cancer awareness by educating Georgia’s women, of all ages.

2024, Gala Guide
Date Saturday, March 9, 2024, 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm Categories 2024, Gala Guide
Place Georgia Aquarium - Oceans Ballroom 242 Address Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30313 Phone (404)255-1337 Website https://gaovariancancer.org/programs/shaken-not-stirred-gala/ Contact Email info@gaovariancancer.org

Join in the mission of the Georgia Ovarian Cancer Alliance (GOCA) at the GOCA 2024 Shaken, Not Stirred Gala at the Georgia Aquarium on Saturday, one of the premier ovarian cancer awareness events in the country.

GOCA is committed to increasing ovarian cancer awareness by educating Georgia’s women, of all ages, their families, as well as the healthcare community, about the risks and symptoms of ovarian cancer. This knowledge may lead to earlier detection and treatment, which is key to survival.   This signature fundraising event ensures the continuation and growth of GOCA’s statewide ovarian cancer education & awareness, and patient & community outreach programs.

Whether a proud returning attendee or new to the Shaken, Not Stirred Gala, your support and participation is vital to GOCA being recognized as a nationwide leader in ovarian cancer education & awareness and outreach.

Jorge Esteves, WSB-TV Anchor is hosting and the gala will feature exquisite dining prepared by Les Dames d’Escoffier – Atlanta Chapter Members, specialty cocktails, casino games, dazzling live and silent auctions, a 360 video booth and entertainment from the Celebrity All Star Band.

“We look forward to bringing the Shaken, Not Stirred Gala back to the Georgia Aquarium this year and expanding our celebration to include even more of the community with special ticket options for ovarian cancer survivors and young professionals,” said Doug Barron, GOCA’s executive director. “The funds raised during this special night help us reach women across Georgia with lifesaving information about the risks and symptoms of ovarian cancer that can lead to early detection.”

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