Crack Up Cancer
Get ready to laugh for a good cause at the Crack Up Cancer event to benefit the fight against Cancer. This Saturday night, September 14, the Florida Cancer Specialist Foundation will hold its 13th annual comedy benefit Crack Up Cancer at the Straz Center in downtown Tampa. The event kicks off at 7 p.m. and features four talented comics.
Laugh until your stomach hurts. That’s what local premier comedy fundraiser, Crack up Cancer, gives you. Oh, and by the way, 100% of the profits go directly to help local cancer patients and their families. In its 13th year, Crack up Cancer Comedy Benefit, continues to delight and bring some of the best laughs at the best prices anywhere.
This year will be no different as the show features comics Catherine Maloney, named “Best in the Bay” for 2019, “The Comedy Barbarian” Mike McCarthy, Dean Napolitano, and national touring comic Jimmy Shubert, whose credits include King of Queens and Entourage as well as many other film and TV credits. Tickets range from $25-50 for different seating options, with a $100 add-on for VIP treatment including free food and open bar. 100% of our profits this year will go to Florida Cancer Specialist Foundation to provide life grants for local people going through cancer treatments. Show is an “R” rated show and parental discretion for anyone under 18 is advised. For more information, click here.
More on the Cancer Specialists Foundation
The Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation was established in January 2011 to offer financial assistance to Florida Cancer Specialists patients undergoing treatment and having difficulty keeping up with other living expenses such as electric, water or rent/mortgage. The Foundation was started by a group of FCS physicians who personally donated to create a $500,000 fund to kick off the organization’s efforts. Since then, the group has developed a series of fundraisers to help raise funds for these grants and scholarships. Through a series of mergers and acquisitions, the Foundation has grown significantly since its launch, having awarded over $3.5 million in grants to cancer patients.