The Greenbrier - America's Resort / White Sulphur Springs, WV


Thank you for registering to attend the WVU Cancer Institute Spring Gala. Your submission has been received. We look forward to hosting you April 26-27, 2024 at The Greenbrier – America’s Resort. Special accommodation arrangements are in place for most presenters and exhibitors. Please coordinate with your Gala contact to verify that your accommodations are in place, no later than March 25.

All fully registered guests and presenters will be checked into the event by name.  Upon arrival at The Greenbrier, please simply follow Gala signage and visit the Gala Registration Station to check in.  Attire for Friday evening’s fiesta and reception ranges from business casual to cocktail in style and bright, festive tones are encouraged. Saturday attire pre-black-tie reception and dinner dance is business casual. Note: as per The Greenbrier’s policy, gentlemen must wear jackets in the resort’s casino. For a full schedule of events, please visit wvucancergala.com.

For questions regarding your presentation or exhibit specifically, please refer to your Gala contact or contact Stephanie McCandless at SMcCandless@wvuf.org for details.  She will be in touch with all presenters and exhibitors prior to the event to ensure that all preparations are completed.

As a reminder, if your registration included guests and you were unable to provide their names, please confirm and submit those names no later than April 3 by contacting Erin Gregory.  She may be reached at EGregory@wvuf.org or 304-293-1874.

For those who registered a guest and remitted payment via card, please be aware that gift receipts will be sent separately via postal mail from the WVU Foundation. For those who opted to remit payment by check, below are instructions:

Make check payable to WVU Foundation; Memo: Cancer Gala

Mail check to:
WVU Cancer Institute
Office of Philanthropy – HSC 1631
P.O. Box 9300

Morgantown WV, 26506-9300

Thank you again for participating in this cherished event, which helps the WVU Cancer Institute raise support and awareness for its needs while also stewarding its valued donors.

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