Cattle Baron’s Ball turns 10
Partygoers at the 2015 Cattle Baron's Ball
For the 10th year, the Cattle Baron’s Ball seeks to bring hope to people fighting for their lives. The American Cancer Society (ACS) hosts the annual event to raise money for cancer care, research and surgery in Tulsa and beyond.
1.5 million+ Is the number of lives the ACS has helped save in the past 20 years.
11 million Cancer survivors and countless others who avoided cancer will celebrate another birthday this year, thanks to ACS advocacy and ACS-funded research on cancer prevention, early detection and life-saving treatments.
24/7 ACS specialists provide information, answer questions and give recommendations via email, live chat and phone (1-800-227-2345).
1 million People annually receive free information and services from ACS.
$1,833,389.35 Is the amount raised by the Cattle Baron’s Ball over the past nine years.
$241,355.24 Was raised at the 2015 ball.
$276,000 Is the fundraising goal for the 2016 Cattle Baron’s Ball, according to ACS of Tulsa.
800 People are expected to attend this year’s event.
Sept. 24 — 10th annual Cattle Baron’s Ball, “Sparkle & Spurs”
7-11 p.m.; VIP party starts at 6 p.m. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. $200, individual tickets; tables and sponsorships available. Call Erin Cole at 918-477-5400, or visit www.tulsacattlebaronsball.org.