The 2nd Annual Aspen Snow Ball Raised More Than 2.7M For Children’s Oncology Support Fund

Hollywood 411
3 min readFeb 9, 2024
Host of the night Giuliana Rancic Photo Credit: Getty Images fir Children’s Onco

February 4, 2024, saw another milestone for Children’s Oncology Support Fund (COSF), founded by film producer and philanthropist Thomas Pierce, when it hosted the 2nd Annual Aspen Snow Ball at the St. Regis Aspen. It raised $2.7M in support of pediatric cancer. The sold-out event was hosted by media personality and cancer survivor Giuliana Rancic and included illuminating performances by Tove Lo, Mojave Grey, and Nile Rodgers & Chic. The well deserved Philanthropic Impact Award was given to Rachel Zoe, and Tom Lewis was honored with the Community Leadership Award.

Some of the attendees included HRH Princess Sophie-Alexandra of Bavaria (COSF Global Ambassador), Duchess Elisabeth in Bavaria, Carly and Scott Weber, Shari Liu Fellows, Jayma Cardoso, Stephane and Sabrina de Baets, Christina Getty, Alexis Knapp, Michael Orcutt, Julianne Kiel, Mason Gooding, Amenah Soares, Nolan Funk, Colin Ford, Carly Chaikin, Keni Silva, Mohamed Hadid, Olivia Steele, Renée Blythewood, Tayshia Adams, Walter Mendez, Janet Mandell, Loreal Sarkisian, Brooks Nader, Rodger Berman, among others.

Performer of the night Tov Lo Photo Credit: Getty Images for Children’s Onco

Event sponsors included Balmain, Lugano Diamonds, Weber Boxer Group, Aspen Magazine, Taittinger Champagne, Ketel One, Nolet’s Gin, Desolas, Casa Del Sol, J Vineyard & Winery, and Louis M. Martini.

About Children’s Oncology Support Fund (COSF)

Children’s Oncology Support Fund’s mission is to fund the development, research, and programs of less toxic therapies for pediatric cancer patients across the nation. COSF supplies grant funding, and pledge funding to donor dependent patient programs across the nation. COSF works directly with hospitals and established non-profits to build partnerships with its core values in mind; Transparency, community, and relevancy.

About Children’s Hospital Colorado and the CCBD Wellness Program

Children’s Hospital Colorado is the only nonprofit pediatric health care system in a seven-state region and serves more than 280,000 children. Generous support from the community helps Children’s Colorado care for more kids than any other hospital in the area. The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders (CCBD) created the Wellness Program, which is an integrated psychosocial care model for children and families fighting childhood cancer. The clinical diversity of Dr. Bob Casey and his team allows for a tailored, individualized clinical approach for looking after the mental, emotional, and overall health and well-being of each child and family.

About Balmain

The immersive “Through the Looking Glass”-themed evening was presented by Balmain as part of the #BALMAIN4COSF partnership campaign. Pierre Balmain first introduced his “New French Style” over 75 years ago and it immediately became clear to all that his eponymous house was offering a distinctly fresh, bold, and feminine conception of haute couture.

Balmain Creative Director, Olivier Rousteing has been inventively building upon Pierre Balmain’s extraordinary legacy since 2011. The result is a unique and instantly recognizable Balmain silhouette, style and attitude that highlights the singular craftsmanship of the house’s celebrated ateliers, while consistently referencing a rich Parisian heritage.

Performer of the night Nile Rodgers Photo Credit: Getty Images for Children’s Onco

Proceeds from the evening benefited the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders (CCBD) at Children’s Hospital Colorado by establishing a new endowed fund COSF Advancement in Wellness Fund for the CCBD’s Wellness Program that will continue to be supported by Aspen Snow Ball fundraising efforts for the foreseeable future.



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