WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Another successful Ultimate Pink Party is in the books.
Every year, Unity Healthcare puts on the event to benefit the YWCA Women's Cancer Program.
There's food, vendors and spa treatments available as well as a live and silent auction.
Organizer Heather Wolf said this year's silent auction was the biggest yet.
The event is designed to be a fun-filled night of luxury for particpants.
Judy Decker loves attending. She has had cancer for the past 11 years.
However, she's rooting for a cure so these events are no longer necessary.
"I have a daughter who is 28 and you know, I'm hoping that she never has to go through any of this," said Decker.
Doctors say early detection is key.
That's why the YWCA uses these funds to give free or reduced price scans for women in our community.
"So, if we can get those women down to the Y that wouldn't normally get there and provide those funds for them so they can get those early detections, then we could save lives," explained Wolf.
If you couldn't make it to the event, you can donate online.
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