7th Annual Black & White Weekend for BASE Camp

The Largest and Only 3 day/2 night charity event of its kind in the World

Orlando, FL – I’m in. Events. and BASE Camp Children’s Cancer Foundation are gearing up to host 800 supporters from all over Central Florida and beyond across 3 days and 2 nights at the Rosen Plaza Hotel and Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge to celebrate life and a great cause different than any other fundraiser in existence.

The 7th annual Black & White Weekend promises all the dazzle and entertainment the crowd loves from I’m In. Events. – an organization known for some of the biggest and most unique gatherings in Central Florida. All attendees are in for a treat this year as they will find the Main Black & White Charity event on Friday, May 6 to be even more electrifying with the newly renovated indoor and outdoor Club 39 and ’39 Poolside, followed by Saturday’s Ready Golf League Charity Tournament, Pool Gathering and Recovery Evening and concluding with Mother’s Day Charity Brunch on Sunday.

Spanning an entire weekend with a record of being sold out well in advance, Heissam “I’m in” Jebailey says “We are now the largest documented Black & White Weekend for Charity in the World to help raise awareness and funds for kids with cancer through online donations, ticket sales, sponsorships, a golf tournament and brunch.” Anyone 21+ that likes to have a good time, meet new people, dance and support something very special is welcome to experience this one of a kind event lasting up to 52 hours.”

“BASE CAMP depends on community partners to help raise awareness and much-needed funds to continue our ongoing programs,” said Terri Jones- Robbins, President of BASE Camp. “The Annual Black and White Weekend provides vital support and we are truly honored to  continuously be selected for such a prominent event!”

The 7th Annual Black and White Weekend May 6 – 8, 2016 Presented by Open Bar Cruise starts at only $30 admission in advance ($60 at the door IF any are left) with access to the entire weekend and will include many food and drink specials, music, photo booth, ongoing entertainment, Parking, donation and so much more. Sponsorships are also available upon request. For more info., tickets and hotel accommodations please visit BlackandWhiteWeekend.com.

About BASE Camp Children’s Cancer Foundation

BASE Camp Children’s Cancer Foundation provides a year-round base of support for children and families who are facing the challenge of living with cancer and other life- threatening hematological illnesses.

Heissam “I’m in” Jebailey

I’m In. Events.

407-709-5098

info@iminevents.com

6th Annual Black and White Event on May 8 – 9 for BASE Camp

Orlando, FL – I’m in. Events. and BASE Camp Children’s Cancer Foundation are teaming up once again to host 700 supporters across 2 days by the pool and 1 night in the Rosen Plaza Hotel to celebrate life and a great cause different than any other fundraiser in existence.

The 6th annual Black and White Event will promise all the dazzle and entertainment the crowd loves from I’m In. Events. – an organization known for some of the biggest and most unique gatherings in Central Florida. All attendees are in for a treat this year as they will find the event to be even more electrifying with the launch of the newly remodeled Club 39 and’39 poolside.

Spanning two days with a record of being sold out well in advance, Heissam “I’m in” Jebailey says “We are now one of the largest and the longest running Black and White Events in the world for charity.” Anyone 21+ that likes to have a good time, meet new people, dance and support something very special is welcome to experience this one of a kind 30 hour event.”

“BASE CAMP depends on community partners to help raise awareness and much- needed funds to continue our ongoing programs,” said Terri Jones- Robbins, President of BASE Camp. “The Annual Black and White Event provides vital support and we are truly honored to have been selected for such a prominent event!”

The 6th Annual Black and White Event for BASE Camp is located at the Rosen Plaza Hotel’s Club 39 and ’39 Poolside which will take place on Friday, May 8 beginning at noon at ’39 Poolside and end on Saturday, May 9 at 6 p.m. or later by ’39 Poolside. The actual Black and White Event is Friday night at Club 39 from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. $25 admission in advance ($35 at the door IF any are left) will include drink specials, DJ, Professional Photography, ongoing entertainment, Valet or Self Parking, your donation to the charity and so much more. Sponsorships are also available upon request.

For more info. please visit AnnualBlackandWhiteEvent.com

BASE Camp Children’s Cancer Foundation Wins The IKEA Life Improvement Challenge and Receives Complete Makeover

ORLANDO, Florida, march 10, 2015– BASE Camp Children’s Cancer Foundation in Winter Park, FL was awarded a complete IKEA makeover from the IKEA store Orlando. Now families of local Central Florida children battling Cancer will have a new and improved home away from home.

“Families in the midst of this hard journey are often away from their home to spend countless hours in hospitals, doctors offices and outpatient waiting rooms. Having a “BASE Camp” home away from home —allows families a place where they can stop to get a meal, make a phone call, take a nap… The fact that Ikea is going to make our home even more comfortable is remarkable!” said Terri Jones, president and founder of BASE Camp Chilren’s Cancer Foundation.

IKEA wants to play a part in creating a better life for the many people, as well as communities touched by IKEA business. While IKEA works on a global level to improve the lives of people in developing countries, IKEA also wants to be a good neighbor in its local communities. The IKEA Life Improvement Co-worker challenge is one way to make a difference closer to home.

How the IKEA Life Improvement Challenge Works:
Each year, IKEA receives many inspiring proposals from IKEA co-workers as candidates for the campaign. Then the IKEA steering committee – at each store – selects up to three organizations for co-workers and customers to vote online (this year’s voting period was February 16 – March 2). The charitable organization, from each store market, with the highest number of online votes becomes the winner, and the 2nd and 3rd place winners receive IKEA gift cards.

IKEA US started the IKEA Life Improvement Challenge in 2011, and since then over 120 local charities have received over $1 million in IKEA products, design expertise, and manpower.

For more information on the winners, read here: http://www.ikea.com/ms/en_US/img/ad_content/FY15_IKEA_Life_Improvement_Challenge_Winners_List.pdf

Help replace our old Van so we can continue to Serve & Love our Families who are Fighting Cancer.

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For over 35 years BASE Camp Children’s Cancer Foundation has been humbly providing financial support, food, transportation, signature programs designed to fuel little fighters with hope and encouragement. And it’s been delivered unconditionaley with a hearty dose of joy and love to over 12,000 families in Central Florida. Continue reading “Help replace our old Van so we can continue to Serve & Love our Families who are Fighting Cancer.”

1st Annual 2015 Let’$ Get Fi$cal 5k

Come join us for the first annual, “LET$ GET FI$CAL 5K” for runners and walkers, organized by the Central Florida chapter of the FICPA.  The race will benefit Base Camp Children’s Cancer Foundation.

Event details and schedule

DATE

Saturday, January 17, 2015

LOCATION

University of Central Florida, Memory Mall

TIMES

7:00 A.M.     Race-day Registration & Packet Pickup begin

8:00 A.M.     5k Begins at Memory Mall

Information and Registration »»»