AITCH FOUNDATION NEWS
The Aitch Foundation is proud to announce the three candidates for the $30,000 Aitch Fellow Grant to create or expand early cancer detection research at Michigan State University. The selected Aitch Fellow will be announced at the 2014 Hidden Key Fashion Show Kick-Off event at the Broad Art Museum! Date and time to be announced.
The Aitch Foundation held our first ever free breast cancer screening day at MSU HealthTeams, where more than 30 women received breast cancer screenings completely free of charge! Please continue to check back for additional cancer screening days in 2014!
Tickets to the 2013 Hidden Key Fashion Show are on sale now! Click here to get yours today!
Join us for the 2013 Hidden Key Fashion Show kick off Mix + Mingle!
We will be having a presentation about the foundation. Tickets will be on sale + food and drinks with a great group of people!
And don't miss out on watching women's basketball take on Michigan for the 'Think Pink Game'.
We will have a grouping of tickets for the Aitch Foundation.
Fighting cancer is always is fashion!
Hidden Key Fashion Show
Purchase your tickets today for the Hidden Key Fashion Show today!
When: Friday, May 18, 2012
Where: Spartan Club Stadium Suites
What: A fashion show with Spartan celebrities, former MSU athletes, and cancer survivors.
Benefit: Proceeds from the fashion show benefit MSU HealthTeam and their continued dedication to early cancer detection.
Tickets: $75, $125 VIP. Tickets on sale at all MSUFCU branches and MSU HealthTeam locations.
Mix & Mingle Success
Words cannot express how thankful I am to everyone who came out to the Mix & Mingle event last night at Mitchell's Fish Market. It was so great to see all of your smiling faces and to know that The Aitch Foundation is fighting for such a worthwhile cause. The cancer research conducted by the MSU HealthTeam is saving so many lives. With your help this great team of doctors and researchers can continue their relentless search for a cure for hidden cancers.
Mix & Mingle at Mitchell's
To kick off the 2nd Annual Hidden Key Fashion Show please join us for a Mix & Mingle at Mitchell's Fish Market in East Lansing on Thursday, January 26, 2012, from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Hors d'oeuvres and soft drinks will be provided along with information about The Aitch Foundation and updates on the MSU HealthTeam. Plus, you'll have a chance to purchase your tickets for the 2nd Annual Hidden Key Fashion Show.
A big "thank you' to everyone who helped make the inaugural Hidden Key Fashion Show an amazing success. To all our friends, families, colleagues, survivors, supporters, sponsors and volunteers, you truly made this event a memorable and rewarding experience for all.
Click & Pledge
The 2014 Hidden Key Fashion Show is Monday June 23
The kick-off will be at the Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University on Wednesday April 16th, 2014, where we will be announcing the Aitch Fellow who will be performing the research into early cancer detection!
The 2013 Hidden Key Fashion Show!
Hidden Key Billboards with Spartan Celebrities Around Town
MSU Shows Support for The Hidden Key Fashion Show
Former MSU Athletes Speak Out About the Hidden Key Fashion Show
Aitch Foundation and Cancer Research at MSU
Hidden Key Fashion Show Unites Community in Support
As she stood on the runway, microphone in hand, lights flickering around the stage of the Spartan Club in Spartan Stadium, former MSU basketball player Lauren Aitch grinned from ear-to-ear, Thursday night. Her charity, the Hidden Key Fashion show, had been in the making for more than seven months and in her eyes, it had turned out even better than she expected.
Lupe Izzo, wife of men’s basketball head coach Tom Izzo, women’s basketball head coach Suzy Merchant, as well as and former MSU athletes and a number of children modeled both formal and casual wear from five designers. The beneficiary was a foundation founded by Aitch called The Aitch Foundation, dedicated to early cancer detection. The idea for the foundation stemmed from the destructive toll cancer had taken on her family. “One of my uncles had brain cancer and my aunt passed away a year ago from breast cancer and both my grandparents died before I was born from cancer, so it’s definitely in my family,” Aitch said. “It’s something I really wanted to reach out and help people with.”