The DC Newsbabes continue to take a stand against breast cancer at a kick-off event at the grand opening of Kiehl's at Tysons Corner on Tuesday night.
The DC Newsbabes continue to take a stand against breast cancer.
At Kiehl’s grand opening on Tuesday night, the popular cosmetic shop donated $5,000 to DC Newsbabes for their fight against breast cancer.
The donation will go to George Washington University's Mammovan, a program that provides free mammograms to women who can't afford them.
News4's Tracee Wilkins, Eun Yang and Angie Goff attended the event at Tysons Corner.
The Newsbabes host committee raises money for breast cancer research. The event was a kickoff for their big upcoming fundraiser on June 19 at the newly renovated Howard Theatre.
NBC News’ Andrea Mitchell, a breast cancer survivor, will be the featured speaker.
The Newsbabes Host Committee is made up of women news personalities from all networks in Washington.