Date: 2015 Date TBD
Benefits: The patients of The Cancer Program of Chester County Hospital
Monaco Philadelphia: A Historic-Chic Hotel in the Heart of Philadelphia
Our hotel, located in the historic 1907 Lafayette Building, sits at the center of Philadelphia's historic district. Within mere steps are exciting pieces of our revolutionary past -- Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell and the Betsy Ross House, to name a few -- promising a stay that's entirely fun-spangled.
But we don't play everything by the history books. Our boutique hotel boasts 268 guest rooms, including 17 suites, whisper modern luxury with white tufted leather accents, Japanese soaking tubs, and free WiFi access for members of our loyalty program. We also indulge you in contemporary, four-star service, starting with complimentary hosted evening wine hour in our living room lobby. We have a 24-hour fitness center and offer complimentary use of bikes. If you prefer to get around on 4 wheels (or more) valet parking is available for $40/night/car. It's all part of helping you enjoy your stay in historic Center City Philadelphia on a relaxed, healthy and inspiring trip.
SHiNE has reserved a block of rooms for our guests. You maymake reservations onlineor by calling 800-KIMPTON and referencing SHiNE. To take advantage of room discounts, you must make your reservation by October 9th.
Questions about reservations?
Conference Service Manager
Hotel Monaco Philadelphia, a Kimpton Hotel
About the SHiNE Gala
The SHiNE Gala is a dinner dance that raises money to support services for patients living with cancer in Chester County. This year, SHiNE will be hosted at Iron Chef, Jose Garces' restaurant, JG Domestic. The evening features an open bar, hors d'oeuvres and dinner. Shop at the Silent Auction and dance or mingle with other guests committed to giving every patient every advantage in their battle with cancer.
Lighting the Way to Excellence in Cancer Care ... Close to Home
Calista Grand Salon and Day Spa initiated this annual fundraiser in 1998. Owner Maria McCool and her team of stylists saw on a daily basis how cancer affected so many people. Clients and employees would share personal battles with cancer or stories of loved ones touched by the disease. Realizing the widespread impact of cancer, Maria and her team created a fundraiser that had a dual purpose - to raise funds for cancer and to provide a day of beauty for local survivors. Over time, the event grew and the SHINE committee formed. These volunteers are deeply commitment to benefiting the patients of The Cancer Program through the planning of this fundraiser.
To be included on the invitation list for 2015, please email Tom Gavin.
Last Updated: 2/11/2015