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An amazing amount of money and awareness was raised at the Bears care gala!


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Vince Carbonneau
June 7, 2022  (12:29)
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Bears Senior Writer Larry Mayer reported that the Bears care gala was a very successful one this year!

It was very great to finally be back after having to cancel the past two ones due to the ongoing pandemic.
Mayer reported that attendees included Bears owner Virginia McCaskey, chairman George H. McCaskey, general manager Ryan Poles, assistant general manager Ian Cunningham, coach Matt Eberflus and coordinators Luke Getsy (offense), Alan Williams (defense) and Richard Hightower (special teams).
Current and former players who were on hand were Anthony Adams, Jerry Azumah, Khari Blasingame, Rashied Davis, Steve Edwards, Darrynton Evans, Gary Fencik, Justin Fields, Thomas Graham Jr., Ryan Griffin, Khalil Herbert, Teven Jenkins, Caleb Johnson, Jaylon Johnson, Cole Kmet, Zach Miller, Sam Mustipher, James O'Shaughnessy, Byron Pringle, Trevor Siemian, Mike Singletary, Khyiris Tonga and Cody Whitehair.
"I'm so happy that they're here," Mrs. McCaskey said. "I know that some of them have very personal reasons for being here and others are just joining our group. And I think the same thing is true about our Gala community, all of our new coaches."

Bears Care partners with NorthShore University HealthSystem, Northwestern Medicine, Rush University Medical Center, John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County and the University of Chicago Medicine in advancing the fight against breast and ovarian cancer.
Through the annual Gala, Bears Care has been able to award nearly $16 million in grants to Chicago-area research efforts focused on finding a cure for breast and ovarian cancer and improving treatment options for those currently battling these diseases.
With funds generated at this year's event, Bears Care hopes to award close to $700,000 to its research partners.
This is truly amazing and I think it's so great to see that this tradition continues to take place in Chicago!
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