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Princess Ball Planning To Be Bigger Than Ever

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You can still get tickets for the fourth annual Princess Ball.

Over the years the ball has grown five-fold.

The first Princess Ball was meant as a homecoming for 4-year-old Valicity Faith, who was in remission after being diagnosed with leukemia.

Her parents hold it in her memory and use the money to help support organizations that helped them during their family's two and half year struggle with cancer.

"My daughter had a gift to bring people together and she was an absolutely amazing little girl that unfortunately lost her battle at the age of five, and so her mother and I just really embrace her spirit and try to give back," said Josh Faith, the founder of the ball.

This year, they're giving money to the Montana Hope Project, a group that grants wishes for kids fighting deadly disease.

Faith is hoping to raise at least $60,000. He says that would be enough to grant about ten wishes.

You can find ticketing information here.

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