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The Joseph Family Foundation To Host 3rd Annual Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye (KBCG) Benefit Gala In Support Of The Susan G. Komen Foundation

Nashville, Tennessee, USA – WEBWIRE

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 3rd Annual ‘Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye (KBCG)’ Benefit Gala!

Proceeds from the Gala, to be co-chaired by Pam Goodwin, Amy Fish, and Donna Wells, will again this year support the Susan G. Komen Foundation, the only organization that addresses breast cancer on multiple fronts, through research, community health, outreach, and public policy initiatives, in order to make the biggest impact against the disease.

Blair Garner, owner of this year’s KBCG host venue, ’The Mule-House,’ will introduce wonderful special guests, testimonials and air impactful videos.

A live auction will again be held this year, overseen by the one and only, Matt Rogers, the voice of the National Football League’s (NFL) Tennessee Titans.

The evening will culminate with a concert headlined by the incredible Tanya Tucker and her band.

Tara Joseph, Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Big Plan Holdings (BPH) and The Joseph Family Foundation, stated that, “It’s again our privilege to play host to the Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye Benefit Gala, which in its third year has truly become a staple of Nashville’s philanthropic scene. We have a responsibility as members of this community to step out, stand up and yes, even sing to raise awareness to the research and programs which can provide life-changing support for those afflicted with breast cancer.”

“We encourage all who join us and those who read or hear about our work to donate to this important cause,” she continued.

What started with $200 and a shoebox full of potential donor names, The Susan G. Komen Foundation has since steadily grown into the world’s largest nonprofit source of funding for the fight against breast cancer. To date, the organization has invested billions 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, “Susan G. Komen is proud to partner with the Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye Concert for the third year in a row. This evening raises critical funds for Komen’s mission and offers a night full of inspiration for all who attend. We can’t wait to see Tanya Tucker take the stage on October 1st.”

To learn more about the 3rd Annual Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye Benefit Gala or to donate, please visit:

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Sponsorships are also available for premier seating and participation at the KBCG VIP cocktail hour, taking place one hour prior to the show - please contact Amy Fish at for more details.

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