Down in Palm Beach, Florida, the Bluewater Babes Fish for a Cure event offers some serious fun and next-level giving. The tournament charity has morphed from helping several breast and ovarian cancer funds to its own financial-assistance fund. Not only do the babes run the tournament, they also field applications for financial assistance, promising up to $2,500 per qualified person in as little as five days. The event is known for its through-the-roof fun meter and boasts a cocktail contest and water-gun fight in addition to the popular team and boat decorating. A terrible forecast plagued the 2017 event, but anglers like Traci Ewer, from MacGregor Yachts, signed up just for the fun. “The tournament is just too much fun to be missed,” she told me, and I get it. In just nine short years, Fish for a Cure has hit the $100,000 annual giving mark, which is hard to do with a weeklong event, let alone in just two days.