In support of Ovarian Cancer Research and Awareness, Vancouver Designer Malene Grotrian is Proud to Host the 2nd Annual Fundraising Fashion & Art Event

Where: Autoform Showroom, 1885 Clark St Vancouver BC 
When: Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 – 7:00 pm
How: Tickets available at

The 2nd Annual Full Circle Fashion & Art Event is presented by Malene Grotrian Design. This glamorous and fun fashion and art event features a cocktail reception with delicious canapés and wines, special guests from the OVCARE Team, live music and entertainment by DJ Leanne, a special silent auction of original art and luxury items, and exciting luxury raffle prizes. To highlight this special evening, the Malene Grotrian Fall/Winter 2014 Collection will be exclusively launched with a couture runway show. This fabulous night out brings together friends, valued partners, and over 200 guests to raise funds in support of Ovarian Cancer Research. Tickets are available now.

At Malene Grotrian Design we are passionate in our belief and core values that together, we can make a difference in our community. Our mission is to advance OVCARE’s research, and make a difference in the lives of women and their families.


The OVCARE Research Team is proudly supported by The UBC Faculty of Medicine, The BC Cancer Foundation and The VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation. The purpose of our Full Circle Fashion & Art Event is to raise funds and local awareness in support of OVCARE and their ongoing commitment to research in Ovarian cancer, the most serious of all gynecologic cancers. In British Columbia, we have the best outcomes (survival rates) for ovarian cancer in the world. But the sad fact remains: Ovarian cancer has a 75% mortality rate. Research is the only hope we have of saving the lives of women who are suffering with this disease.

Dr. Dianne Miller (Chair of BC’s provincial gynecologic tumor group) and the OVCARE Team have been at the forefront of Ovarian cancer research in their efforts to develop better diagnostic tools and improved treatment protocols for the disease and ultimately, to find a cure.  OVCARE is leading the world with their B.C. policy in Ovarian cancer prevention, which has recently gained international support.

Dr. David Huntsman (UBC), and Michelle Woo (BC Cancer Research Centre) are available for interviews along side Ovarian Cancer survivor, Donna Pepin. We hope through media interviews we can raise more awareness for Ovarian Cancer research and fundraising for this cause.

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