Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the event?

The Carriage Barn at Liseter (3705 Liseter Road, Newtown Square, PA). View Directions.

When is the event?

Friday, October 7th at 6:00 p.m.

What should I wear to the event? 

The event is cocktail attire but the venue is both indoor/outdoor, heat lamps will be on site should the weather be cool.

Is there parking? 

Yes, complimentary valet parking will be available.

Will there be food and drink?

Yes, there will be hors-d'oeuvres and dinner stations provided by our generous partners at Di Bruno Bros. Please note that the heaviest food will be available during cocktail hour and there is no sit-down dinner. Food will be available all evening though as well as our open bar.

What can I expect at the event?

The evening is filled with mingling, mission, and music. After a robust cocktail hour, we will host a short program followed by entertainment. 

How can I dedicate a Luminaria to honor a loved one?

We invite you to submit an individual's name so that we may honor your loved one in a unique display at the event. Click here to complete registration.

Are credit cards accepted the night of the event for donations?

Yes, all major credit cards are accepted (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover) as well as cash and check. You can donate online here.

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I can't attend, is there still a way to support the event?

Absolutely, click here to donate now. If you would like to donate by mailing a check, please make it out to the American Cancer Society and send it to CEOs Against Cancer, PO Box 30386 Philadelphia, PA 19103.

Where does the money go? 

All proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society Pay-If cancer research grants. Learn more here.

The American Cancer Society is the largest private funder of cancer research in the United States, with more than $5 billion invested in the search for new cures. Research funded by the Society has laid the groundwork for virtually every major breakthrough in cancer prevention, detection and treatment seen in the last seven decades. When we began, only a quarter of all cancer patients achieved 5-year survival. Today, more than 2 in 3 will reach this milestone.