DETROIT — Detroit Lions’ middle linebacker Stephen Tulloch is hosting an Evening of Hope to honor local women who have been affected by breast cancer on Friday.
Helping those who have been affected by cancer has been one of Tulloch’s main focuses since he founded the Stephen Tulloch Foundation. Cancer is a disease that is close to the middle linebacker’s heart, and he takes every opportunity to help cancer patients, survivors, and their families through his foundation and Operation 55.
“Cancer is a disease that has greatly impacted my life, and I am always looking for more opportunities to honor, and commend those who have been affected by it through my foundation,” says Tulloch. “Last year I wanted to host a special event for local women in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and this Evening of Hope will be completely dedicated to those women, for their strength, inspiration, and everything they have been through.
The 2nd Annual Evening of Hope for Women Affected by Breast Cancer will be located at the Emagine Theatre on 200 N Main St. in Royal Oak. The event will feature a night of complimentary food and beverages, music and fun, dedicated to women of Metro Detroit who have been affected by the disease in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
To reserve a spot for you and one guest at Stephen Tulloch’s Evening of Hope, please RSVP to info@Tulloch55.com. Space at the event is limited to the first 100 women who RSVP.