Fashion Really Can Make a Statement In the Fight Against Ovarian Cancer

Kelly Ripa and Molly Sims are fighting for a cure by doing something they love — shop! It’s all a part of Super Saturday Live on QVC. QVC will offer designer clothing, jewelry, beauty products, and accessories at 30% to 50% off of the manufacturer’s suggested retail price. All of the net proceeds benefit the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF).

The QVC Super Saturday Live event will take place on Saturday, July 26, 2008 from 2:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. E.D.T. In its 11th year, the QVC Super Saturday Live event program will be hosted in the Hamptons, which is a summer playground in New York for the rich and famous. Dubbed the “Rolls Royce of Garage Sales” by The New York Times, Super Saturday 11 promises an exciting line up of over 200 top designers. It is being broadcast live for the second year on QVC.

The Super Saturday Live product line will be available through QVC by calling (800) 345-1515 or visiting while supplies last.  To read ovarian cancer survivor stories on the QVC Super Saturday blog, click here.

As an organization committed to finding better ways to detect, treat, and ultimately cure ovarian cancer, the OCRF believes that future advances in ovarian cancer research lie in the hands of researchers. To promote research advancement, the OCRF sponsors young researchers with promising projects. Since 1998, the OCRF has awarded over $23 million grants to 128 of the brightest women and men in the field today at over 40 leading medical centers across the country. A brief video that describes the OCRF is provided below.

Ovarian Cancer Research Fund