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Benefits

Steakhouse to donate tonight's proceeds to a woman's entry fee for the Komen 3-Day.

Benefits

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Hunter Pence was officially diagnosed with a bruised left rotator cuff suffered when diving for a ball Sunday. (David M Warren/Staff file photo)
Hunter Pence was officially diagnosed with a bruised left rotator cuff suffered when diving for a ball Sunday. (David M Warren/Staff file photo)

Ralic's Steakhouse in Haddonfield will donate all proceeds from dinner service tonight (Wednesday, April 25) to the cause of Megan Tormey of Haddon Township, who is trying to rustle up the entry fee to the Komen 3-Day breast-cancer walk. Ralic's is serving a $35 four-course meal from 5 to 9 p.m.


Saturday, April 28 is Cupcake Smash, the fun fundraiser for Philabundance, all afternoon at the Piazza at Schmidts. Details are here.


Grab tickets to Hunter Pence's first fundraiser as a Phillie. It's May 31 at the Moshulu on Penn's Landing, and it will include food and drink, entertainment and games, including a ping-pong tournament with a chance to play against Pence. The Food and Fun Fest will benefit Make-A-Wish. A limited number of tickets are available here.

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