Party Pics: FCancer

FCancer NYC (Credit - Steve Haining photography)

On Thursday, May 5, FCancer, a cutting edge non-profit organization dedicated to early detection, prevention and providing support to those affected by cancer, hosted FCancer NYC #FCENYC at Marquee New York. The party, sponsored by Moose Knuckles, featured musical lineup headlined by Justin Bieber’s official tour DJ, DJ Tay James, with early sets by THE WIG, Nimo Lero, and Sted-E & Hybrid Heights. Proceeds from the event benefitted FCancer programs and the HPV & Anal Cancer Foundation.


  • Due to generous support and success of fundraising efforts, FCancer NYC raised $20,000 for FCancer programs and the HPV & Anal Cancer Foundation.
  • DJ Tay James stole the show spinning crowd-pleasing hits by Justin Bieber for 500 fans during his 2-hour set.
  • Entrance to the event was in the form of FCancer long sleeve performance shirts, rather than tickets. FCancer shirts come in a variety of colors, each of which represent a specific cancer ribbon.
  • For those that missed out on the event, donations can be made online directly to FCancer’s digital initiatives, programs, and support tools at

About FCancer

FCancer is dedicated to the prevention and early detection of cancer; it is a movement that creates a raw and authentic space by harnessing the cumulative experience of their community, Generation Connected.  Gen-C is defined by a behavior rather than a birthdate, they consume digital content as their main source of information and may span across traditional generations. With wit, edge, and humor, FCancer is changing the way people talk about cancer. Through digital media, programs and events, FCancer believes its community will be the generation that ultimately improves health outcomes. FCancer is a tax-exempt 501(c) 3 registered charity co-founded by Yael Cohen Braun and Julie Greenbaum. For more information, visit or follow @letsfcancer.

About Moose Knuckles

Moose Knuckles is premium Canadian sportswear by and for the True North Strong & Free. We create time honored Canadian garments tailored for the contemporary living. We build Canadian know-how, grit and heritage into every fibre, stitch and zipper. We are a family, a tribe, a pack and we wear it on our sleeves, whether it’s a wild night or the wild country, we’ve got you covered….

Welcome to Canada…Welcome to Moose Knuckles.

About Marquee New York

Marquee New York, the legendary Chelsea nightclub that defined a generation of New York nightlife, is an internationally acclaimed music destination attracting the most in-demand DJs and live acts. Designed by Josh Held, the designer of W Hotels and Bar Americain, Marquee has transformed into a tripped out warehouse with 28 foot ceilings and industrial design accents including chandeliers constructed from functioning microphones, exposed equalizers, walls covered in recycled leather belts and welded rebar handrails. The venue also includes jaw-dropping sound and visual elements including a Funktion-One sound system, floor-to-ceiling LED feature wall and computerized moving light system, engineered to feel like an indoor music festival experience. Marquee also has locations in Las Vegas at the Cosmopolitan Hotel and at The Star Sydney in Sydney, Australia. For more information, please visit

 About HPV & Anal Cancer Foundation

The HPV and Anal Cancer Foundation is a donor-supported research, support and advocacy organization with a mission to empower anal cancer patients and accelerate prevention and treatment methods that eliminate anal cancer and the virus that causes the majority of cases, HPV. The Foundation achieves this mission by accelerating a cure for the 5% of all cancers that are caused by HPV, improving prevention and screening methods to prevent these cancers, and providing peer support and educational forums for patients. In addition, the Foundation’s NOMAN is an Island Campaign raises awareness and funds to fight the HPV-related cancer epidemic in men and women while challenging participants to extreme endurance races across the world. The organization was founded in 2010 by Justine, Tristan and Camille Almada, then 22, 24 and 26, after the devastating loss of their mother Paulette to Stage IV HPV-related anal cancer. The HPV and Anal Cancer Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization. For more information, visit or @hpvanalcancer.