Thank you for making this year's gala the best one
yet for our kids and their families!


Your generous support means...
 
Caring professionals will be ready every time a family hears "Your child has cancer" this year.

Children with cancer can just be kids and spend time with other kids who get them. 
Families can stay in their homes, with the lights on, while they focus on their child's treatment.

Childhood cancer survivors continue to feel supported as they move forward with their lives after treatment.


Please mark your calendar for next year's gala celebrating our brave and inspiring ASK kids on Saturday, March 10, 2018 at The Jefferson!
 

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Join us for ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation’s Above & Beyond Gala 
on Saturday, March 18th, 2017, at the historic John Marshall Ballrooms. 


 
This year’s gala will be a celebration of our brave children battling cancer with a focus on ASK’s future as we go above and beyond to raise support to make their life better. The night will feature both live and silent auctions lead by Auctioneer Kevin Pauley, live musical entertainment by The Jangling Reinharts, an open bar, and heavy hors d’oeuvres. 

New this Year
We've added mobile bidding!  Through this site you will be able to purchase tickets to the gala and to bid on silent auction items. The added bonus of this site is that you only have to register once, and will be ready for check-in and check-out with the touch of a button.

Program Schedule
7:00pm - Cocktails & Silent Auction with March Madness Game Viewing
8:15pm - Silent Auction Ends
8:30pm - Program & Live Auction followed by 
9:45pm - Live Music by The Jangling Reinharts 
Auction Check-Out will open approximately 30 minutes after bidding ends.

Event Details
Dress is cocktail attire. 
Street parking is available as well as garage parking at Franklin & 5th ($5). 
No paper ticket required.  

Your Support Matters
With 1-2 childhood cancer diagnoses per week in Central Virginia, the numbers add up quickly for families that need emotional, social, and financial care as they navigate the complex and stressful issues of cancer treatment. Whether it’s providing something as big as financial assistance to pay their rent this month, or something as little as a snack, a toy, or a shoulder to cry on, ASK is there and ready to help – and you can too.