Ways to Support Pine2Pink in Doylestown During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Pine2Pink, Doylestown’s local breast cancer organization, is rolling out the fundraising events this October, which happens to be Breast Cancer Awareness Month. By joining forces with local restaurants, shops and venues, Pine2Pink is providing many opportunities for individuals to take part in fun events and enjoy dining and product specials, while raising money for breast cancer patients and Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute.

“Doylestown is a special place and really the perfect town to launch Pine2Pink. The local retailers and merchants are so giving and ‘community first’ minded,” states Keith Fenimore, executive director/co-founder of Pine2Pink. “They embraced Pine2Pink and found creative ways to work with us to support local breast cancer patients.”

“As for the deals and special offers, my dad, Ron Fenimore, suggested I contact Jules Thin Crust early on to see if they would be willing to make a Pine2Pink Pizza and split the proceeds with Pine2Pink,” continues Fenimore. “They agreed, and from that one idea, we have now engaged with close to 30 local business owners and created proceed sharing throughout our monthlong Pine2Pink program, which we coined Eat, Drink and Buy Pink!

Here are some of the events and dining/product specials taking place throughout October in support of Pine2Pink:

Crafting Event at Board & Brush (Oct. 10)

On Wednesday, October 10, put your creativity and fundraising efforts to work at the Board & Brush from 6:30–9:30 p.m. For $65 per person (must be at least 16 years old), each participant will be able to create their own gorgeous wood sign, with step-by-step instruction from the Board & Brush staff. 20% of the proceeds from each participant fee will go directly to benefit Pine2Pink. Sign up online today and reserve your spot, as the spaces for this crafting fundraiser are sure to go quickly!

Happy Hour at Hops/Scotch22 (Oct. 11)

On the next night, Thursday, October 11, stop by Hops/Scotch22 from 6–8 p.m. for a happy hour fundraiser with cocktails from Hops/Scotch22 and food offerings from Altomonte’s. Proceeds will benefit the many wonderful goals of Pine2Pink.

And, if you’re unable to make the happy hour event on October 11, visit Hops/Scotch22 anytime during the month of October and order a strawberry daiquiri. All proceeds from the strawberry daiquiri sales will go directly to Pine2Pink.

Pine2Pink Cocktail HopsScotch22

Pine2Pink Yoga and Brew with Sun Dog Yoga at The Doylestown Inn (Oct. 18)

Enjoy a yoga class and a refreshing brew at The Doylestown Inn on Thursday, October 18, from 6:30–7:30 p.m. A yoga instructor from Sun Dog Yoga will lead the yoga class and then the evening ends with a refreshing brew from The Hattery Stove and Still, located inside of The Doylestown Inn. The cost is $30 per person and you can reserve your spot online.

Pine2Pink Dancing Under the Stars (Oct. 27)

On Saturday, October 27, from 6–9 p.m., throw on your dancing shoes and head to the center of Doylestown for the Pine2Pink Dancing Under the Stars event. The alley by Empanada Mama and Nourish will be the location for this spectacular outdoor event, where guests will have access to salsa dance lessons from Justine of Justine Time to Dance, specialty menu items from Nourish and signature Pine2Pink strawberry daiquiris from Hops/Scotch22.

Jules Thin Crust Specialty Pine2Pink Dessert Pizza

Jules Thin Crust was one of the first local businesses to get involved with helping out Pine2Pink and offering a fundraising special at their Doylestown location. The popular pizza spot is currently offering a specialty Pine2Pink dessert pizza, with 50% of the sale proceeds from each slice going to the organization.

Class-Harlan Real Estate Donations

Local real estate company, Class-Harlan, is showing support for Pine2Pink by donating $100 from every settlement which they complete in October.

Pine2Pink Burger at Penn Taproom

If you’ve had a burger from Penn Taproom, you know just how delicious this menu item is. During the month of October, Penn Taproom is offering a Pine2Pink burger, an eight-ounce burger topped with coleslaw, bread and butter pickle chips and house-made smoked aioli. $2 from every Pine2Pink burger sold will go directly to the organization and benefit local breast cancer patients via Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute.

Pink Bagels at the Bagel Barrel

The Bagel Barrel offers an eclectic array of bagels for the Doylestown community to enjoy. Now, there is one more bagel offering to add to the list: the Pine2Pink pink bagel! Visit the Bagel Barrel during the month of October and pick up one (or a dozen!) pink bagels to support Pine2Pink.

Pink Ribbon Pexels

Godzilla Rolls at 86 West

It’s Godzilla vs. Cancer at 86 West throughout the month of October. Purchase a Godzilla roll and $2 from every purchase goes to the Pine2Pink organization. While you’re there, be sure to take note of the lovely pink lights displayed outside of the restaurant!

Pink Chocolates at Raymer’s Homemade Candies

Raymer’s Homemade Candies is known for its decadent and delicious chocolates. On your next visit to Raymer’s, be sure to pick up some pink chocolates, with proceeds going to Pine2Pink to benefit local breast cancer warriors.

Ice Cream Cone with Pink Sprinkles at Annie’s Water Ice

Annie’s Water Ice has been showing its support for Pine2Pink by offering special Pine2Pink ice cream cones with pink sprinkles. Each purchase of these icy sweet treats means that Pine2Pink will be getting donations for its excellent cause. Annie’s will be closing for the season on Saturday, October 13, but you still have a few more days to visit and support Pine2Pink (and get yourself a sweet treat at the same time!).

Extra Virgin Olive Oil at Altomonte’s

Altomonte’s is your go-to spot for the best Italian grocery items and prepared foods in the area. Their extremely popular extra virgin olive oil is a highly-coveted product and is now a fundraising opportunity for those who wish to support Pine2Pink. For every bottle of Altomonte’s unfiltered extra virgin olive oil sold, $1 will be donated to the Pine2Pink organization.

Pink Beer at Chambers 19 and The Other Side

Chambers 19 and The Other Side on Main Street, offer an extensive beer list. The latest to make the roster is pink beer to benefit Pine2Pink! $2 from every pink beer sold will go to the organization.

These are just a few of the many wonderful businesses and organizations throughout Doylestown which are lending a hand to Pine2Pink. All of the latest events and dining/product offerings can be viewed on the Pine2Pink website. Be sure to check back often as additional deals may be added!

Pine2Pink is also encouraging individuals to download the free Pine2Pink app in the App Store and Google Play. Once you download the app, you can take part in the virtual scavenger hunt and try your luck at winning up to 100 different prizes, donated by the extraordinary local businesses throughout Doylestown.

In addition to helping to raise money for Pine2Pink by attending the events and purchasing the products listed above, direct donations can be made to the organization via the website or by mailing a check to the Pine2Pink Foundation, PO Box 307, Doylestown, PA 18901.

Help raise money for Pine2Pink and Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute by visiting one of the spots listed above and taking part in these fantastic fundraising opportunities around Doylestown this October!

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