Take a chance to win

a $1,000 Boyd’s Philadelphia

gift card to shop online,

since it is “IN FASHION!”

to stay home.


Raffle ticket proceeds support the virtual programs for children and adults living with cancer during COVID19


Want to do more?  See how you can make someone’s life better during COVID19 through our virtual paddle raise below.

It’s “In Fashion!” to stay home to maintain social distancing; therefore, this year’s “In Fashion!” event has been cancelled.  

However, the unprecedented COVID19 pandemic has added more anxiety and stress to the families we serve, creating an increase in demand for our programs.  

“In Fashion!” has raised $1,000,423 since it was first held in 2004 at some of the most exclusive homes on the Main Line. With the cancelling of this fundraiser, we need your help more than ever to meet this increased demand.

We are available virtually for families living with cancer across the Greater Philadelphia area providing:

  • Online kids support, parent support and family game nights
  • Online educational programs and workshops
  • Online support and networking groups for various cancer diagnosis and stages of disease
  • Mind-body programs live via Facebook
  • Individual counseling over the phone as well as providing information and connecting families to available resources
  • Delivering meals to those immunocompromised that cannot get to the store
  • Making and delivering facemasks to cancer patients
  • Making and delivering PAPR collars for hospital face shields to Penn

These free activities have had thousands of people view and participate. Our staff continues to be available for the needs of cancer patients and their families facing increased stress due to COVID 19.

From virtual workshop to dinners delivered…the CSCGP team won’t be stopped by COVID 19, because community is stronger than cancer.

Please stay well.



Will pay for a year of online programs for children and teens with cancer or who have a parent with cancer.  These programs include Kid’s & Teen Support, Lunch Bunch, Homework Help, Family Dinner and Game Nights and more.


Will pay for a year of online support groups, educational workshops and Facebook Live programs.  These programs include Caregiver Support Groups, Living with Cancer Groups, Coffee and Conversation, Writing for Health and Wellness, Covid19 Anxiety Workshops, Lymphedema Self Care, Yoga, Workout Wednesday, Pilates, Qigong and more.


Pays for a child to attend our summer camp for kid’s with cancer or who have a parent with cancer.  This camp will begin in June virtually.


Pays for an entire year of Living with Loss Bereavement support for chilren and teens.  Greif and morning during Covid19 has changed.   We are unable to gather together with family members and friends to honor those who have passed or hug and comfort each other. You can help families share their grief and communicate with each other.
Other Amount


Donation in support of the emergency fund and virtual programs during Covid19

Thank You to the 2019 Sponsors:

The Strauss Family Foundation


Paris Runway Sponsors
The Innisfree Foundation
Nicole and James Schaeffer


Red Carpet Sponsors
Kathy and Barry Bernsten
Marianne Dean
Marjorie and Jeffrey Honickman
The Philadelphia Eagles
Wendy and Paul Rosen

In Style Sponsors
Susanna Lachs Adler and Dean Adler
Barbara and Todd Albert
Lori Flickstein
Marcie Kennedy
Robin and Gerald Williams
Rouge Restaurant


Caren Barnet and Steven Abramson
Amanda Burch
Ellen and Win Churchill
Ms. Paula Dresnin and Mr. Albert Ominsky
Pia Halloran
Karen Jacobson
Barbara and Joe Robbins
Natalie Rounick
Judy Rounick
Betsy Rubenstone
Babette and Harvey Snyder
Toby Strogatz
Debbie Tye
Helene and Archbold van Beuren
Janine and Jeffrey Yass

Maggie Wasserman, Chair
Nicole Dresnin Schaeffer, Honorary Chair

Susanna Lachs Adler and Dean Adler

Jane and James Allsopp

Caren Barnet and Steven Abramson

Kathy and Barry Bernsten

Sharon and Neal Bozentka

Catherine and David Brumbaugh

Amanda and Charles Burch

Donna and Anthony Celentano

Ellen and Win Churchill

Marianne Dean

Linda Dooney

Paula Dresnin and Albert Ominsky

Sandy and Robert Edelstein

Jaimie and David Field

Lori Flickstein

Sharon and Joel Freedman

Mindy and Kent Gushner

Pia and Richard Halloran

Robin Halpern and James Lovett

Marjorie and Jeffrey Honickman

Marcie Kennedy

Nanelle and Robert Meyers

Norma Michaels and Harvey Rimerman

Hilarie and Mitchell Morgan

Sherri and John Pearlstein

Jayne and Ron Perilstein Jennifer Raphael

Dana Rosen

Paul Rosen

Betsy and Edward Rubenstone

Barbara Brown Ruttenberg

Susan and Robert Sargent

James Schaeffer

Katie Adams Schaeffer and Tony Schaeffer

Shana Schwartz and Laurence Steinberg

Ann and Aaron Selkow

Babette and Harvey Snyder

Deborah Feith Tye

Rob Wasserman

Noele and Alan Wein

Robin and Gerald Williams

Merle and Barry Wolf

Jo Ann and Howard Wurzak

Thank you to Stephanie Stahl, our emcee for the evening.

Stephanie Stahl, CBS 3’s Emmy Award-winning health reporter, is featured daily on Eyewitness News.  As one of the television industry’s most respected medical reporters, Stahl has been recognized by community and health organizations alike for her hard-hitting yet compassionate approach to her beat, an approach that has changed lives and influenced medical practices.   

Stahl’s reporting has earned her high honors in both the television industry and medical field.  In addition to a variety of Emmy awards, she’s a member of the Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame.   Stahl received the prestigious Diamond Award from Temple University Hospital’s Auxiliary for her “dedication to excellence, her professional and personal integrity, and her deep sense of compassion for others.”  The Pennsylvania Public Health Association honored her with its 2000 Media Award; the local chapter of the American Liver Foundation named Stahl its Media Professional of the Year and the Cardiovascular Institute presented her with its Leadership Award for “positively impacting the health of the Delaware Valley.”

Stahl is also involved with community and station efforts including, Susan G. Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure, Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation and Ronald McDonald House Charities.  She serves on the board of the Children’s Crisis Treatment Center and is a mentor with Women of Tomorrow at Carver High School.

Stahl, her husband, Jim, reside in Montgomery County outside of Philadelphia. They have a son, Matthew, who works in professional sports management.