Community Hope Benefit features ABC News anchor Robach

Guests and donors gathered on September 23, 2017 at Worthern Arena on the Ball State University campus to attend the annual Community Hope Benefit for Little Red Door Cancer Services of Indiana.

The fundraiser this year was different than in years past not only in the funds raised, but in the scale of the event. The whole event circled around the “winning” theme. Winning against cancer, winning at the Ball State arena and winning at the gaming for the evening.

ABC News anchor and cancer survivor Amy Robach from “Good Morning America” was able to share her story of a breast cancer diagnosis she received at age 40 after agreeing to a nationally televised mammogram.

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