Richard Blais, Ben Deignan put into auction as Have the Love Elise streams live tonight
With family and buddies coming in Atlanta for tonight’s Have the Love Elise benefit in the Hard Rock Coffee shop downtown, Atlanta publicist Elise Roth Tedeschi didn’t get much sleep overnight. Actually, response continues to be so overwhelming for that organizers from the fundraising event for that Tedeschi family the big event will be streamed survive the benefit’s website for individuals who can’t allow it to be into Atlanta to become there personally.
A week ago, we first chronicled balance-loved publicist’s six-month fight with Stage Three pancreatic cancer and also, since, the column is becoming probably the most shared tales across social networking outlets (pals like TV chef and cook book author Nathalie Dupree still share the storyline link on their own Facebook pages now). While Tedeschi, 43, has health advantages through her Hard Rock Coffee shop position, the insurance coverage doesn’t start to cover the extensive costs of her cancer treatment so buddies opted to toss the Tedeschi family (Elise and her husband Patrick would be the parents of Mike, 8, and Ryan, 6).
Elise’s former chef client, The Spence chef and “Top Chef All Stars” champion Richard Blais has donated a personal cooking class for four towards the benefit’s silent auction and Atlanta singer-songwriter Ben Deignan has donated a personal acoustic in-home concert for just one lucky donor.
Heck, even Atlanta’s favorite radio talk show curmudgeon Neal Boortz required break from his broadcast apoplectic fit within the Supreme Court’s landmark healthcare ruling to give a “producer for any day” visit to his show, broadcast at WSB studios in Midtown. If you are more suitable for Clark Howard‘s less irritated work style, Howard’s staff has additionally donated a “producer for any day” package for that benefit.
Published Elise now: “I am so fortunate – the outpouring of donations, silent auction products and just the generosity of individuals blow me away. This cancer obviously sucks however the love and benefits far over-shadow cancer. Searching so toward seeing everybody!”
To purchase tickets for tonight’s benefit in order to donate towards the Tedeschi family, visit the event’s official website, feeltheloveelise.com. To see the event’s live stream tonight in the Hard Rock Coffee shop, click the link.