Steelers Style Brings You Fashion, Food and Football
Steelers Style will feature players and their families modeling on the runway
2009 Steelers Style Fashion Show – October 8
The annual Steelers Style Fashion Show, featuring current players and their families and presented by American Eagle Outfitters, Reebok, and Highmark, will be Thursday, Oct. 8 at 6:00 pm in the East Club at Heinz Field. * *Proceeds benefit the Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute at UPMC and the Cancer Caring Center. For more information and to purchase tickets, call 412-802-8256.
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2009 Taste of the Steelers – October 17*
The annual Taste of the Steelers Event will take place on Saturday October 17 at Heinz Field at 6:00 pm. This event features culinary delights form the Pittsburgh region while honoring Steelers Alumni players. A live auction and silent auction of collectible Steelers memorabilia also highlights this event. Proceeds benefit Starzl Transplantation Institute and the Cancer Caring Center.* *For more information and to purchase tickets, call 412-802-8256.
Former Steelers players enjoy a Taste of the Steelers last year at Heinz Field.
About the Charities
The Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
The Starzl Transplantation Institute at UPMC is the world's largest and busiest program, where surgeons perform more types of solid organ transplants than any other institution. On average, a transplant is performed every 12 hours. Since 1981, more than 12,000 transplants have been performed, a single center experience that is unmatched by any other program in the world. The Starzl Institute is internationally renowned for its groundbreaking research and recognized for its seminal contributions in patient care leading to improved patient outcomes.
The Cancer Caring Center
Since 1988, the Cancer Caring Center has provided a wide variety of free programs to help patients and families including children cope with the emotional impact of cancer. Services feature community support groups at 18 locations, a telephone helpline, individual counseling, children's groups, "Live Well With Cancer" workshops, resource library and much more. The Center is a local charity with no national office; all funds raised here stay here to help area residents.