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All proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society

All forms can be mailed, faxed or emailed to the office

3838 Oak Lawn Ave. Suite 700, Dallas, TX 75219

Fax 214.443.9224

cattlebaronsdallas@cancer.org 


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TICKETS & TABLES

The Dallas Cattle Baron's Ball is the largest single-night fundraiser for the American Cancer Society and has raised over $71 million for cancer research. We hope you can join us for another historical evening as we are "Shooting for the Stars- A Dream as Big as Texas." For more information on tickets and table packages please click the link below to view our underwriting contract. For additional information please call the Cattle Baron's Ball office at 214.443.9222. To purchase online simply click here

2017 Underwriting Contract

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Market your business through one of the many Cattle Baron's Ball sponsorship opportunities, including pre-parties, auction book recognition space, and elements at the Ball!  All sponsorships, including ticket benefits, are negotiated with the Ball Chairs.  If you are interested in a sponsorship, please contact the office at 214.443.9222.

FAVOR BAG ITEMS

Want to make sure your brand is in the hands of over 3,000 guests at Cattle Baron's Ball?   The famous Cattle Baron's Ball favor bag is handed out to guests as they leave the party.  Each sponsorship comes with two Silver Baron tickets. For $3,000, you may provide your own approved co-branded item (quantity 2,000). Contact the office at 214.443.9222  if you are interested in a favor bag sponsorship or if you have a unique idea you would like to present.

RAFFLE TICKETS

Our exciting raffle prizes may be purchased over the phone (for Texas residents) or in person.  Stay tuned to hear about what prizes will be available in 2017!

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AUCTION

Our legendary Silent and Live Auctions raise over $1.5 million every year!  Any item donation valued at $1,000 or more will be included in our auction book that is distributed to over 2,500 donors and guests. If you would like to contribute by donating an item or experience please click the link below to fill out an auction contract. For additional information please contact the Cattle Baron's Ball office at 214.443.9222. Print deadline for the auction book is May 26, 2017. 

RETAIL PARTIES

Cattle Baron's Ball offers the opportunity for retail parties in which we invite our members to a shopping event where a percentage of sales are donated back to our cause.  A retailer must committ to a minimum of a $5,000 cash donation and a $1,000 auction item to be considered for an event.  Due to the high number of requests for events, CBB may not be able to accomodate all retail party offers.  If interested, please contact office at 214.443.9222.

INKIND

Do you have a product or service you would like to donate to Cattle Baron's Ball?  Example of inkind donations we accept include: Luxury goods for exclusive donor events, gift cards, catering services, waived venue rental fees, event floral decor, small food items for pre-party event favor bags, and other unique opportunities. Please contact the office at 214.443.9222 with your donation idea.

JUNIOR CATTLE BARON'S BALL

Families with a child battling cancer have a unique set of circumstances and challenges. To help ease their burden and allow families to have a special respite from treatments and stress, the CBB Committee hosts a joyful daytime Junior Cattle Baron's Ball for pediatric patients and their families. The entire event is free to the patients and their families and allows them to focus on family rather than medicine. This year they will get to enjoy Disney on Ice. To make a donation please contact the office at 214.443.9222.


Additional American Cancer Society Programs and Services 

To contribute to any of these programs please click the link below to fill out a contract and mark the program you wish to support. For additonal questions please call the office at 214.443.9222.

Underwriting Contract

HOPE LODGE

Help give hope a home in Dallas. Hope Lodge offers cancer patients and their caregivers a free place to stay when their best hope for effective treatment is in another city. It provides a home-like environment where guests can retreat to private rooms or connect with others. Hope Lodge Dallas will be on the Baylor University Medical Center campus and will include 50 guest suites, communal kitchen and living area and 24-hour staffing and onsite parking. To make a donation online click here.

PATIENT NAVIGATION

The American Cancer Society  Patient Navigatior Program offers personalized support to help cancer patients and their caregivers stay on track with treatment and car. A navigator is a specially trained staff person who works with the patient one-on-one and helps guide him or her through their cancer treatment process. More than 2,150 area patients were served in 2015. The program proves site-based navigators at four North Texas hospitals, support and guidance to patients and their caregivers and support in person or over the phone. To make a donation online click here

PATIENT TRANSPORTATION

Cancer patients often miss or forgo potentially life-saving treatment because they cannot afford transportation, are too ill to drive themselves and many lack family and friends to drive them. In 2015, 11,424 rides were provided free of charge to area cancer patients, to and from cancer-related appointments. ACS meets the needs of area patients with: daily rides through trained volunteers, bus and paratransit passes, taxi vouchers and referrals to other community programs. In 2017 funding needs in North Texas for this program exceeds $170,000. To make a donation online click here.

CANCER RESEARCH

Cattle Baron's Ball funds vital and cutting-edge research. Each year we offer supporters the oppurtunity to learn more about the work happening in Dallas through an annual "Progess in Cancer Research" Research Symposium. We also offer one-on-one interaction with researchers at on-site lab tours and presentations. Our 2016 Research Symposium presenters were:

Amanda Jones, PhD, is researching about p53 effectors and how they supress tumor formation by constraining transposon activity

Kenneth Portier, PhD, is vice president of the Statistics and Evaluation Center in the Intramural Research department at the American Cancer Society global headquaters. He spoke on cancer research and environmental causes. 

Our funding needs for cancer research in 2017 will exceed $4 million in North Texas. 

IN HONOR & IN MEMORY

Let your loved ones know you support their cancer journey by donating In Honor or In Memory of them.  We will recognize your gift in their honor or memory at the Ball, in the auction book and/or online.