Cruisin’ for a Cure

Join the Rolfe Foundation’s Young Professionals Board and a bevy of Chicago’s brightest rising stars for an evening excursion on Lake Michigan supporting the cause of early detection research.  Dust off your dance shoes, savor a craft cocktail (or two), and commemorate the critical work of the Rolfe Foundation as our live band rocks the boat and fireworks flood the sky.  

Cruisin' for a Cure 2017:

The Rolfe Foundation Young Professionals Board is pleased to invite you to our fifth annual summer soiree, Cruisin' for a Cure! Set sail with us on Chicago's Leading Lady for an evening under the stars and help fuel the future of pancreatic cancer research. Tickets will be on sale soon! A link to donate will be available soon!


More information about this event will be posted shortly.
Keep checking!



Saturday, July 22, 2017
Cocktail (on a boat!) Attire

7:30pm      Boarding, VIP Cocktail Reception
8:00pm      Cruisin' Commences
                   Festivities / Raffles / Live Band
                   Dancing / Fireworks at Navy Pier
11:00pm     Return to Dock
                   Late Night VIP After Party at Public House Chicago


Lake Michigan and the Chicago River
Boarding at the South East corner of Michigan Avenue and Wacker Drive (map it!)


$95          EARLY BIRD - until June 21st (12AM CST on 21st; be sure to get them before the 21st!)
$110        GENERAL TICKETS - until July 20th (12AM CST on 20th; be sure to get them before the 20th!)
$125        AT THE DOOR / THE DOCK


Want to sponsor this event? We will be sharing a link for sponsorship opportunties soon - keep checking!

Any Cruisin' questions? Call the Foundation office at 773.989.1108, or email YPB leadership at

Want to learn more about the Young Professionals Board, sponsorship opportunities, and Rolfe Foundation Events? Explore the links below for more information.


Presented by the Rolfe Pancreatic Cancer Foundation Young Professionals Board:
2017 Event Chair: Robin Goldberg
2017 Event Co-Chair: Shelley Swan
2017 Young Professionals Board President: Roslyn Turner