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Edward Foundation’s annual Big Gig goes virtual, Nov. 29 to Dec. 2

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Update, Nov. 18, 2021 / From Keith Hartenberger, System Director, Public Relations, Edward-Elmhurst Health: Thanks for posting the story about the Big Gig. However, we just announced internally yesterday that, due to a recent rise in COVID cases, the event is only going to be virtual. … If you could update the online version, that would be great.

Edward Foundation Big Gig: Parisian Soiree runs Nov. 29-Dec. 2

This year’s event will transition to a four-day online event and charity auction that will take place Mon., Nov. 29 through Thurs., Dec. 2. The silent auction will open at 10AM Mon., Nov. 29. Everyone is invited to tune in each day and take part in many exciting opportunities to support advancements in stroke care, pathology, mammography, and behavioral health services. For more information click here or contact Renee Peters at (630) 527-3710 or Renee.Peters@EEHealth.org.

Original Online Post, Nov. 17, 2021, Appeared in November PN Print Edition / The Edward Foundation’s 31st annual gala, The Big Gig: Parisian Soiree, is now scheduled to begin at 6PM Thurs., Dec. 2 at the Westin Lombard. The event starts with cocktails and silent auction, followed by dinner and a live auction. The gala is the Foundation’s largest fundraiser of the year and supports Edward Hospital programs and services that directly impact patients.

The Big Gig also features an “Ultimate Raffle” ($100 for one ticket, $200 for three tickets). The winner will choose one of the following: $2,500 in cash, a Peloton Bike+ or vacation packages for two in Sonoma, California or Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

For more information, visit www.eehealth.org/BigGig. To make a donation to or for more information about the Foundation, call (630) 527-3954 or visit www.edwardfoundation.org.

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