Saks Fifth Avenue and St. Vincent Foundation Host Key to the Cure Gala

Saks Fifth Avenue and St. Vincent Foundation Host Key to the Cure Gala

Saks Fifth Avenue and St. Vincent Foundation Host Key to the Cure Gala

By: St. Vincent

September 27, 2017 |

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Missoni, known for its colorful geometric motifs, created the exclusive 2017 Key to the Cure t-shirt. The design will be available for purchase Oct. 1-Oct. 31 at Saks Fifth Avenue and online at

Limited Edition t-shirts Designed by Missoni Support Cancer Programs at St. Vincent

Saks Fifth Avenue is hosting its 11th annual Key to the Cure gala at 6:30 p.m., October 6 at the Saks Fifth Avenue store, located at The Fashion Mall at Keystone. The black-tie gala will include dinner, dancing, entertainment, a high-end fashion show and live and silent auctions.

This year’s gala is being led by co-chairs, Larry Griggers, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, along with Parul and Niraj Gupta, M.D., St. Vincent. Curtis Spaulding, General Manager, Saks Fifth Avenue, Indianapolis, is also serving as honorary co-chair. Proceeds from the event will be used to enhance radiation therapy services at St. Vincent Cancer Care. Renovations include expanding anesthesia to be offered to the most vulnerable cancer patient populations across the state including children to specialized breast care patients, as needed during their cancer treatments.

“Key to the Cure is one of our largest fundraising events and it has been tremendously impactful for cancer patients at St. Vincent,” said Curtis Spaulding. “It’s been uplifting to meet so many cancer survivors over the years, but survival is not the case for everyone. Until there is a cure, this is our way of supporting the fight against cancer.”

The public can support this cause by purchasing Key to the Cure t-shirts for $35 or place a bid for some cool auction items at For more information about how to donate to cancer programs at St. Vincent visit or call 317-338-5090.

About St. Vincent

In Indiana, Ascension’s St. Vincent operates 20 hospitals in addition to a comprehensive network of affiliated joint ventures, medical practices and clinics that cover a 57-county area and employ more than 15,000 associates. Across the state, St. Vincent provided more than $266 million in community benefit and care of persons living in poverty in fiscal year 2016. Serving Indiana for 145 years, Ascension is a faith-based healthcare organization committed to delivering compassionate, personalized care to all, with special attention to persons living in poverty and those most vulnerable. Ascension is the largest non-profit health system in the U.S. and the world’s largest Catholic health system, operating 2,500 sites of care – including 141 hospitals and more than 30 senior living facilities – in 24 states and the District of Columbia. Visit

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