Monday, January 29, 2024

Pink Ribbon Monaco 2024


Established in 2011, Pink Ribbon Monaco holds a special place in the hearts of many, being the pioneer association in the region to illuminate buildings in pink during breast cancer awareness month.

Under the leadership of Natasha Frost-Savio, the organization is dedicated to early detection and awareness, organizing impactful events like the Pink Ribbon Walk in February and the annual Pink Lights in October.

These events serve as powerful messages of support, urging early screening and striving to save lives. As a member of the Committee for the Protection and Promotion of Women’s Rights (DFM), Pink Ribbon Monaco actively works towards enhancing gender equality. Collaborating with key entities like the Princely government, National Council, Ministry of Health, and Princess Grace Hospital, the association has been a steadfast advocate for awareness, health, and unity for over a decade.

Excitingly, Pink Ribbon Monaco proudly announces that Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene has embraced the role of Honorary President. This endorsement solidifies her dedication to women’s health and the fight against breast cancer, aligning seamlessly with the values of the Principality's most prominent association dedicated to the cause.

Princess Charlene’s role as Honorary President will play a crucial part in advancing Pink Ribbon Monaco’s mission of raising awareness and funds for breast cancer research and prevention. This announcement gains significance just weeks before the highly anticipated fundraising gala and auction at the prestigious Monte Carlo Casino.

The timing coincides with the beloved 12th annual Pink Ribbon Monaco Walk at Port Hercules, in partnership with the Monaco Run, on Sunday, February 11th. This event continues to symbolize community support for those affected by breast cancer.
Natasha Frost-Savio, President and Founder of Pink Ribbon Monaco, expressed her gratitude, stating, “HSH Princess Charlene’s involvement as our Honorary President adds immeasurable strength to our cause. We are honored to have her support as we approach these significant events, and her commitment reinforces our wish to encourage critical research and support our local community.”

Under the High Patronage of Prince Albert II, Pink Ribbon Monaco invites you to an extraordinary evening on February 2nd, 2024, at the exclusive Salle Médecin within the iconic Casino de Monte-Carlo. The gala promises an elegant blend of music, and philanthropy, dedicated to supporting lobular breast cancer research at the Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace.

With the generous backing of the Societé des Bains de Mer and its dedicated teams, the Pink Ribbon Monaco Gala presents an exclusive chance for attendees to engage in pre-dinner entertainment, including French Roulette and blackjack. While there won't be any cash rewards, fortunate participants stand a chance to win enjoyable prizes, enhancing the overall experience of the evening.

Every guest will receive an initial chip, and extra chips can be acquired for 100€, with all proceeds dedicated to advancing lobular breast cancer screening study led by Dr. Hugonnet at the Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace.

Award-winning musician, author, and philanthropist Zhang Zhang and her 7-piece orchestra will set the tone for the evening, performing timeless classics. The gala, supported by the Societé des Bains de Mer, also offers guests the chance to engage in pre-dinner games like French Roulette and blackjack, with proceeds supporting breast cancer research.

The auction boasts luxury fashion items, high-end interior design, art, jewelry, art, and exclusive VIP and sports packages provided by top brands such as Versace, Chanel, Vitale 1913, Zegg & Cerlatti, Rinck, Boghossian, and many more.

As a private event, the Pink Ribbon Monaco Gala provides a unique bonus – guests are permitted to capture special moments at the roulette and blackjack tables on film, creating memories in the historical venue.

To be a part of the Gala on February 2nd, 2024, and an unforgettable night at the Casino de Monte-Carlo’s Salle Médecin, visit the official website at or
Images courtesy of Pink Ribbon Monaco

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