Friday | November 6, 2020
Pre-Show – 5:30PM | Program – 6PM (PST)
About the Event:
We’re coming together online for this year’s Costume Ball: Pajama Party with a Purpose!
Get dressed up in your favorite PJ’s and join us for a joy-filled evening to bring hope and healing to children who are fighting serious illnesses and their families. We’ll hear from families in our community and raise support for Chelsea’s Closet and our Costume Care Packages—so we can inspire more kids with fun, therapeutic dress-up and play.
If you have any questions, please contact Alison Hicks at email@example.com.
How do I participate in the virtual event?
Click on the livestream link above before the Costume Ball goes live on Friday, November 6 at 6PM (PST). If you need any assistance during the virtual event, our tech support line at 503-564-3044 will be available from 5PM-7PM (PST).
What will the program be like during the Chelsea Hicks Foundation Costume Ball: Pajama Party with a Purpose?
This livestream program will be a celebration of our incredible supporters filled with opportunities to support the Chelsea Hicks Foundation. We’ll hear stories from our community and see the healing impacts a costume and dress-up play can have on children fighting serious illnesses.
There will also be an online auction you can participate in starting November 4 at noon. Place your bids on exclusive packages—all from the comfort of home!
How can I donate to the Chelsea Hicks Foundation?
To make a donation, text PJS to 44321. Or you can donate by clicking the button above.
About the Organization:
Chelsea Hicks was an amazing little girl who loved life. In April 2007, Chelsea was diagnosed with Stage IV Wilms’ tumor cancer, involving her right kidney, lymph nodes and lungs. She was just three years old at the time. Her constant companion during 13 surgeries, 20 months of chemo, and 9 doses of radiation in her 22 months of treatment was “E-E,” her beloved stuffed pink monkey. Despite all of her treatment and medication, Chelsea always found an energy and determination to bounce back. Chelsea’s smiling face and zest for life was contagious. Chelsea loved to dress up, have tea parties and parades while on the oncology floor.
On February 20, 2009, Chelsea lost her courageous battle. She was only five years old. We will forever be grateful for the hours of fun and play that she inspired with her impish grin and infectious laughter. She will never be forgotten, and we honor her by helping other kids fighting serious illnesses with The Chelsea Hicks Foundation and Chelsea’s Closet program.