Let’s talk about your boobs. They’re your ultimate plus-one (okay, plus-two!) and accompany you everywhere. Maybe you call them “the girls,” and take them out for girls’ night or perhaps they’re fondly referred to as “pancakes” and enjoy a little extra padded comfort. Either way, we know you love them, wash them with great-smelling shower gel in the shower, slather them with lotion after you dry off and even, rub a little décolletage cream or shimmery dusting powder on them for special occasions. After all, they’re worth it. Which is why they’re invited as your plus-two to the 17th annual Boobyball in support of Rethink Breast Cancer.
Launched in 2002 by a group of dedicated young women in support of their friend Sarah O’Regan who, at just 23 years old, was diagnosed with aggressive, advanced breast cancer, Boobyball is the beauty- and fashion-forward charitable event of the year. In support of Rethink Breast Cancer’s mission to empower young people worldwide who are concerned about and affected by breast cancer, Boobyball is now one of the most coveted and high-profile fundraising events for young philanthropists in Toronto, Calgary, Ottawa and Winnipeg.
This year’s event’s theme is a little bit country and a whole lot of wild, Wild West! So grab your tickets, cowboy boots and hat, because here’s what you need to know:
· Friday, October 12, 2018 at 8:00pm EST
· REBEL, 11 Polson Street, Toronto ON, M5A 1A4
· The hot-ticket event attracts Toronto’s A-listers, including YouTube sensation Nalie Agustin
· Line dancing, horseshoe-tossing and good ‘ole country-inspired drinks
· Interactive experiences and live performances
Don’t live in Toronto and still want to come? Boobyball is hosting events in Vancouver, Calgary and Ottawa, as well as hosting a live interactive evening with influencers online, so follow: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Oh and P.S., Since 2002, Sarah is a thriving mother of three and Boobyball has raised over $4.6million dollars for Rethink Breast Cancer’s work for young people concerned about and affected by breast cancer. For more about Boobyball, visit Rethink.