Bright Pink's 4th Annual High Tea Benefits Breast Cancer Awareness

400 guests dressed in their Sunday best to attend Bright Pink's  "For the Women We Love" high tea celebration.  Celeb TV's Kelli Zink emceed this 4th annual benefit that also included musical entertainment by former Broadway performer, Laurie Akers, who sang Rascal Flatt's "I Won't Let Go."  There were  heartfelt and empowering stories from young women in the Bright Pink community as well as the presentation of the "Bright Impact Award" which was presented to Carolyn Brundage, the founder of Pretty City.  This successful entrepreneur and beauty columnist has raised nearly $100,000 through her "Pretty in Pink" campaign which benefits breast cancer charities.

Guests were greeted by harp music, perused the unique silent auction offerings and had photos taken on a pink couch provided by Kehoe Designs just for this occasion that raised $95,000 for "Bright Pink."

"Bright Pink" founder, Lindsay Avner, has created much needed awareness with her organization that supports, enlightens and empowers young women to be proactive with their breast and ovarian health.  (Photos by Steve Feferman)

To learn more and for donations, please visit www.bebrightpink.org.

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