Immunotherapy Foundation (IF) is proud to present "Drive-in to Drive Out Cancer" on Saturday, October 10, 2020. There has been no better time - or place - to bring together our families and friends for the benefit of cancer immunotherapy research. So, gather your crew and meet us for a wonderful night at the drive-in.
This one-time event will take place in the Del Mar Fairgrounds, East Dirt Lot, and will feature Paramount's "School of Rock" (PG-13) to help us get in the back to school spirit and keep our rock & roll theme alive. We are anticipating a full parking lot of more than 150 cars.
Reserve your parking spot in support of cancer immunotherapy research - "Red Carpet" premiere parking placement begins at $500 in the first three rows, and "Family Night Out" general parking spaces are $100. To enhance your drive-in movie experience, IF has invited URBN Pizza, Taco Picasso and King Kreme's (a gourmet ice-cream truck!). Food trucks are not included with parking spot; cash and credit cards are accepted method of payment. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. and the movie will begin at 7 p.m.
Prior to the feature presentation, enjoy a movie trailer highlighting IF's impact on cancer immunotherapy research at UC San Diego. Our partners, Dr. Ezra Cohen and Stephen Schoenberger, PhD., Co-Directors of San Diego Center for Precision, will share the progress being made in personalized cell therapy, highlight a new Phase 1 clinical trial recently opened at UCSD Moores Cancer Center, the early discovery and success of a personalized cancer vaccine, and the power of philanthropy to make it all possible. It's a movie trailer you won't want to miss.
We are so happy to provide our family and friends with an opportunity to gather safely for a night of fun in support of cancer immunotherapy research. We look forward to seeing you!
Sponsorship opportunities for this event are available.
About Immunotherapy Foundation
In 2015, Ralph and Fernanda Whitworth established Immunotherapy Foundation to accelerate cancer immunotherapy research and cancer prevention programming. Today, through generous support of IF's contributors, $4.9 million has been co-fundraised towards IF's original $6 million campaign goal enabling over $22 million in additional funds for advanced research at the institution. For more information on Immunotherapy Foundation please visit: www.joinif.org. Please contact Christina Jordan at (858) 704-3330 or via email at email@example.com for more information.