Cups For A Cure Hosting July 7 Comedy Benefit at the Ice House
Local cancer charity Cups For A Cure is taking to Bethlehem’s Charles A. Brown Ice House (56 River St.) on Saturday, July 7, giving you a chance to laugh for a cause.
The organization will host a benefit comedy show that night beginning at 6:30 p.m., featuring regional comedians from New York and Philadelphia as well as the Lehigh Valley.
Cups For A Cure traces its roots back to 2009, when founder Rachel Chapman was inspired by the kindness shown during her mother’s cancer treatment. After the organization’s first event at Bethlehem’s Machs Gute Pub raised more than $1,000 in 2009, Cups For A Cure has grown to include a partnership with St. Luke’s University Health Network and an exponential increase in funds raised over the years.
Tickets are available now at this link, priced at $15 for an individual ticket, and $20 for a package of two. Interested parties unable to attend can also donate at the same link.
Below, watch a video of Chapman sharing about her passion for the cause.