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The Joseph Family Foundation, a nonprofit organization rooted in authenticity, compassion, optimism, and morality in seeking opportunities to enrich and encourage the prosperity of people, places, and ultimately those in need across the United States and globally, has proudly announced the launch of their 2nd Annual ‘Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye (KBCG) Benefit Gala’ to be held in Nashville, Tennessee.

Proceeds from the Gala will again this year support the Susan G. Komen Foundation, notably the only organization that addresses breast cancer on multiple fronts such as through research, community health, global outreach, and public policy initiatives, in order to make the biggest impact against the disease.

The 2nd Annual ‘Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye (KBCG) Benefit Gala’ will take place on Sunday, October 23rd at 6:00pm (Central) at the prestigious Country Music Hall of Fame; an event held in memory of those we have lost, in support of those still fighting, and in honor of those who have survived.

Headlined by American country music duo LOCASH, attendees can also expect to hear performances from Award-winning country music sensations such as Victoria Shaw, the sensational Cooper Alan and trio Runaway June; just a few of the celebrity performers and guests to appear at the 2nd Annual ‘Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye (KBCG)’ Benefit Gala. Attendees will also participate in an elite silent auction taking place throughout the event, while hearing in first person from breast cancer survivors, thrivers, and caretakers, experiencing love and healing through the art of music.

Tara Joseph, Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Big Plan Holdings (BPH) and The Joseph Family Foundation, stated that, “On behalf of all of us at The Joseph Family Foundation, I could not be more excited to host this event, working alongside a team of incredible women, two of whom are breast cancer survivors, as we put on yet another stellar event in support of such a great cause and such an acclaimed organization – The Susan G. Komen Foundation.  Last year’s event was headlined by Dolly Parton and was simply phenomenal. We look forward to carrying on that tradition annually.”

“With unrivaled energy, excitement and today a cosmopolitan hub and travel destination renowned the world over, what is also undeniable is the serious heart and soul of Nashville – We are excited to make this city home to such an impactful cause moving forward.”

What started with $200 and a shoebox full of potential donor names, The Susan G. Komen Foundation has today grown into the world’s largest nonprofit source of funding for the fight against breast cancer. To date, the organization has invested more than $3.3 billion in groundbreaking research, community health outreach, advocacy, and programs in more than sixty countries.

Joshua Daniel, a Development Director at the Susan G. Komen Foundation, stated that, “The Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye Gala showcases some of Nashville’s greatest upcoming talent and world-renowned headliners. I look forward to this night all year long and encourage anyone interested in attending to get their tickets now before it sells out.”

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