York, NY – On Tuesday, May 19 at
6:30pm the Pancreatic Cancer
Action Network will hold its second
annual Cookin’ Up A Cure fundraiser
in the Allen Room at the Frederick
P. Rose Hall, Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center.
The festive evening will include cocktails
and a gourmet chefs tasting from renowned
New York City restaurants such as Alfama,
2nd Avenue Deli, Sosa Borella,
Roth’s Westside Steakhouse, and Lusardi’s.
There will be a silent and live auction with
opportunities to win items such as
a private plane ride to the Hampton’s for
lunch, tickets and backstage passes to
The View, a one-year subscription to
Abigail Michaels Concierge Service, and
tickets to Lela Rose September Fashion Show.
Ninety-five percent of event proceeds will
go directly to pancreatic cancer research
and patient services.
Celebrities and notable attendees slated to
appear are Natalie Morales from The Today
Show, Actress/Comedian Whoopie Goldberg and
Julie Fleshman President and CEO of the
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.
Tickets can be purchased for $125 at
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (
the only national organization creating hope
in a comprehensive way through research,
patient support, community outreach and
advocacy for a cure. The organization raises
money for direct private funding of
research—and advocates for more aggressive
federal research funding of medical
breakthroughs in prevention, diagnosis and
treatment of pancreatic cancer.
The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network fills
the void of information and options by
giving patients and caregivers reliable,
personalized information they need to make
informed decisions. We create a sense of
hope and community so no one has to face
pancreatic cancer alone. The organization
helps support individuals and communities
all across the country to work together to
raise awareness and funds to find a cure for