Bridge of Health’s Roots Gala to Honor Children Fighting Cancer in Armenia

Bridge of Health Roots Gala 2019 Feat Photo
Bridge of Health's Roots Gala will be held at Aurora Banquet Hall on September 8

Bridge of Health’s Roots Gala will be held at Aurora Banquet Hall on September 8

LOS ANGELES—Bridge of Health, a non-profit organization helping children conquer cancer in Armenia, is proud to announce their upcoming charity fundraiser event, Roots Gala. The event will be held on Sunday, September 8, at Aurora Banquet Hall, at 7179 Foothill Blvd, Tujunga, CA 91042.

Roots Gala, hosted by PanArmenia TV Host, Mher Baghdasaryan, marks Bridge of Health’s 5th annual Gala hosted in honor of the children who defeated cancer, in remembrance of the children who lost their battle, and in recognition of the members and supporters of Bridge of Health. Members of the organization will also present the progress on their establishment of Armenia’s first ever pediatric cancer registry.

This black-tie event will embrace the roots of the Armenian heritage and celebrate the passionate Armenian spirit. Bridge of Health is a 100% not for profit organization whose goal is to bring strong medical advancement to Armenia, and give their all to children fighting every day for a healthy future.
Guests can expect an art gallery, dinner ceremony, live entertainment, dancing, and amazing raffle prizes donated by local businesses. The open bar, courtesy of Gold Shaker bartending, and tunes provided by DJ Armond will keep the crowd lively well into the night.

“As Bridge of Health grows, we continue to pursue a vision beyond the present. Through the creation of the pediatric cancer registry, we are aiming to bring real systemic change to Armenia that will be an incredible investment for future cancer patients. We want to not only help cure children with cancer, but to systematically improve medical treatments in Armenia for generations to come,” explained President of Bridge of Health and Master of Healthcare Administration, Registered Nurse, and Public Health Nurse, Robert Agaverdian.

Bridge of Health’s Guyn Gala last year raised over $30,000 in funds. This year, their goal is to double the donations and reach their first ever total of $60,000.00. For sponsorship inquiries or more information, please visit the website.

Current sponsors include: West Coast University, Aurora Banquet Hall, Wells Fargo Bank, William and Company, and Feral Cosmetics.

Bridge of Health is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to raising funds for the life-saving treatments necessary to defeat pediatric cancer patients. Bridge of Health’s journey began after the inspiring story of a small group of college students banding together to host a blow-out fundraising event for a two-year-old boy who traveled from Armenia to the United States in seek of chemotherapy treatments. Staying true to their roots, the organization continues to work directly with doctors, patients, and their families. All members are volunteers donating their time and resources for one mission: give every pediatric cancer patient in Armenia the tools needed to win their battle for good.


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