Please join us at the 37th Annual

 Winterlark word in script with gold birds

Saturday, February 8, 2020

Historic Graylyn Estate

Cocktails - 7 pm \ Dinner Buffet - 8 pm

Silent and Live Auction \ Live Painting

Black Tie \ Attendance Limited

Tickets on sale December 2019


Be a part of Winterlark and our commitment to patients and families

Winterlark has been a hallmark of this community’s generosity for more than 36 years. Winterlark, the annual gala of Wake Forest Baptist Health, provides 50 percent of the operating budget for our Cancer Patient Support Program (CPSP). Your support of Winterlark makes you part of our daily commitment to be an unwavering source of stability, hope and compassion during unusually challenging times for cancer patients, and their families and friends. 

The CPSP helps patients and their families:

  • Manage the distress and other symptoms
  • Navigate the "roller coaster" of treatments
  • Develop and maintain a positive and healing outlook from diagnosis through survivorship

2020 Honoree

Boris Claude Pasche, MD, PhDEach year Winterlark honors an individual who has made a contribution to Winterlark, the Cancer Patient Support Program or the Comprehensive Cancer Center. This year, we are excited to honor Boris Pasche, MD, PhD, FACP, who is the Charles L. Spurr Professor of Medicine, Director of the Comprehensive Cancer Center and Chair of Department of Cancer Biology. Dr. Pasche’s research focuses on cancer susceptibility and new therapies for cancer. Since joining the Comprehensive Cancer Center, he has led to near-doubling the NCI funding.


Presented by

Allegacy be your best you.


2020 Winterlark Corporate Sponsors as of October 1, 2019

Ruby Sponsor
The Budd Group

Sapphire Sponsor
Delta Dental

Gold Sponsor

Silver Sponsors
Brasfield and Gorie
Shelco, LLC

Bronze Sponsors
Carolina Liquid Chemistries Corp.
Piedmont Federal Savings Bank

Seeing No One Faces Cancer Alone

2020 Winterlark Chairs Chris and Cathy Pace share the importance of having a support system when navigating the complexities of cancer diagnosis, treatment and survivorship.