It’s an Evening of Great Food, Live Music, 

LEAD SPONSORS

Want to Support this Event in 2017

Please email Greg Flores at greg@cancerforcollege.org or call 760.599.5096 x821.

One Classy Night in the Carolinas - Ballantyne Country Club, Charlotte, North Carolina - May 12, 2017 - 6 pm - 11 pm

Will Ferrell welcomes everyone to the 2016 Casino Night in the Carolinas and proudly introduces the 2016 Carolina Cancer for College scholarship recipients.

2016 CAROLINA SCHOLARS

SPONSOR OPPORTUNITIES

Ross Skelton

Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Ross Skelton Memorial Scholarship has been set up to honor the life of Ross Skelton.

The scholarship benefits cancer survivors from or attending school in North or South Carolina with a special consideration toward engineering students attending North Carolina State University and Auburn University.

JACKIE BALLIOT, UNC Chapel Hill - Survivor of Osteosarcoma
JACOB BARRINGER, UNC Charlotte - Survivor of Burkitt Lymphoma
BRENDI BLUITT, Campbell University - Survivor of Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
MURPHY CHAMBLISS, Auburn University,  Survivor of A.L.L.
MATEO COKA, Queens University - Survivor of A.L.L.
JENNA COLLINS, Coker College - Survivor of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
CORSON HICKS, Wingate University - Survivor of Osteosarcoma
ANNA KELLNER, UNC Wilmington - Survivor of Synovial Sarcoma
ZEPHANIAH LUCK, UNC Greensboro - Survivor of Leukemia/Lymphoma
JAKE MAY, University of Pittsburgh - Survivor of T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
SARAH MCNEIL, Wingate University - Survivor of Osteosarcoma
LILY NEWTON, NYU: Tisch School of the Arts - Survivor of Ewing’s Sarcoma
MADISON PEASE, University of South Carolina - Survivor of Thyroid Carcinoma
KENNETH POOLE, Coastal Carolina University - Survivor of Osteosarcoma
MEGAN RICHARDS,  Gardiner Webb University - Survivor of Brain Tumor

BRYAN WILLIS, UNC Chapel Hill - Survivor of Osteosarcoma

Inspirational Stories and Good Feelings!

​Join us for a night of hope and inspiration as we raise funds for families that have been devastated physically, emotionally and financially by cancer. It’s One Classy Night in the Carolinas with everyone coming together to help cancer survivors realize their dreams of a college education.