An event is planned at the resort 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday Sept. 26 featuring a fountain commemoration, live music, and specialty pink cocktails, according to organizers.
The resort is at 45000 Indian Wells Lane in Indian Wells.
Here's more from the announcement:
“Think Pink” is the resort’s theme featuring month long pink specials from THE WELL Spa to the Vineyard Lounge, created to involve the local Valley community and hotel guests to actively participate in this annual national health campaign. Proceeds are given to the Desert Cancer Foundation to provide financial assistance for Coachella Valley residents who cannot afford treatment.
“Drink Pink” in the Vineyard Lounge features festive pink cocktails, where guests can raise a glass to a loved one in their honor or join in good cheer for a good cause. In addition, every Thursday evening “The Songbird” soul singer Gina Carey performs. Gina will donate $5 per CD sale of her new release “Funk, Rhythm & Soul.”
“In the Pink” at THE WELL Spa places guests into a serene atmosphere with luxurious treatments. Designed to renew and reconnect the body at a core level, this award-winning spa employs ancient techniques, tools and ingredients that have long been recognized to bring the body into balance. The exclusive selection of “Think Pink” spa treatments are:
o Think Pink Back Neck & Shoulders Massage $60 - 25-min
o Think Pink Manicure $30 - 30-min
o Think Pink Pedicure $50 - 45-min
o Think Pink Mani/Pedi $75 - 75-min
o Think Pink Hydrotherapy Bath $15 - 15-min
Proceeds will be generated for the entire month of October, according to orgnizers. Donations in tribute of a loved one – honoring those we remember, and celebrating survivors – will be accepted at the resort's main front desk.
Miramonte Resort & Spa also supports the Desert Cancer Foundation's 7th Annual Paint El Paseo Pink Walk on Oct. 12. Info will be available at the Sept. 26 event, detailing activities in Palm Desert.
For more info about Miramonte Resort & Spa visit www.miramonteresort.com or call (760) 341-2200. For more information about the Desert Cancer Foundation visit www.desertcancerfoundation.org or call (760) 773-6554.
About Desert Cancer Foundation
Desert Cancer Foundation was founded in 1994 with the mission of helping Coachella Valley families facing cancer. Its primary role is to fund cancer diagnosis and treatment for residents who would otherwise be unable to access medical services due to financial limitations. Desert Cancer Foundation serves residents of all ages and demographic groups, and funds treatment for cancers of all types including brain, lung, breast, ovarian, prostate, lymphoma, pancreatic, colon, leukemia, and testicular, among others. The foundation has partnerships with physicians, medical centers, imaging centers, and other health care professionals providing state-of-the-art medical care.