The Life and Breath Foundation invites you to celebrate the last full night of summer with spectacular sunset views of the harbor, entertainment and more while supporting a great cause.
Its 10 th annual signature fundraiser, Flip Flop Festivus, takes place Friday, Sept. 21 – the night before the Fall Equinox –from 6:30 to 11:30 p.m., at the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore in Harbor East. A repeatedly sold out event with over 300 guests, Flip Flop Festivus offers an elegant night on the town in a resort casual atmosphere. Past attendees have included former professional athletes and media personalities such as Qadry Ismail, Brad Jackson, Gheorghe Muresan, Harvey Grant, Matt Stover and Mike McCrary.
Taking place in the hotel’s Cobalt Ballroom, this year’s event will feature sumptuous cuisine and cocktails, along with casino games, raffle prizes and an exciting live auction of highly sought-after sports and travel packages. Guests also can dance to the sounds of DJ Lyndon “Smoky” Lansdowne from The Starboard in Dewey Beach, who is now celebrating his 30 th anniversary as a DJ.
“We’re excited to reach the decade mark with Flip Flop Festivus,” said Sean Hull, president of the Life and Breath Foundation. “This event annually brings the community together for a night filled with great music, amazing food creations and dancing, and this year will be our best ever!”
Hull established the Life and Breath Foundation after losing his mother (at age 59) to Sarcoidosis following her 13-
year struggle – as there is no cure for the disease. Proceeds from Flip Flop Festivus will enable the Foundation to fund additional research, as well as to assist patients, their family and the medical community in handling Sarcoidosis.
Individual tickets are $125 per person and corporate sponsorships are also available. For tickets, sponsorship or
volunteer information, visit www.lifeandbreath.org or call 1-866-4SUPPRT or 410-750-8808.Founded in 1998, the Life and Breath Foundation’s mission is to provide the Sarcoidosis community with the vital resources needed to manage their medical care and to offer a supportive environment where they can be empowered. Since its inception, it has raised over $350,000 for Sarcoidosis research studies. For more information, visit www.lifeandbreath.org.
MyCity4HER, Inc is proud to support it’s event since it’s inception. Stay tuned for a profile on a valuable volunteer, close to the event later this week and come back to see pictures from the event after the fact. #bettertogether, always