A Night of Magic and Entertainment
The Gorgon and Gundelfinger families have joined hands with CANSA to help raise funds, but more importantly to create awareness for breast cancer by hosting a fundraising dinner on 1 December 2019.
“It’s important to create awareness for breast cancer as early detection is vital,” says Tharina Gordon who herself was diagnosed with breast cancer. The funds raised at this event includes raising awareness of on breast cancer and how early detection can save lives through regular breast examinations and screenings.
The evening promises to be a joyful event with South African entertainers Danny K and Lloyd Cele, as well as the sensational magician, Wian van den Berg. The dinner takes place at Olives and Plates at Hyde park corner on 1 December 2019.
One of the most talked-about items on auction is a designer one-of-a-kind Rooibos Bra, made almost entirely of Rooibos tea bags.
Gordon adds, “Many thanks to the SA Rooibos Council for donating the bra to charity and Storm in A-G Cup for creating such an exquisite work of art! All proceeds raised from the auction of the Rooibos bra and other beautiful items will go towards CANSA for health and education programmes as well as care and support for cancer survivors.”
The event promises to be a night of magic and entertainment with many wonderful prizes up for auction, with the charming, Mr World South Africa Dr Fezile Mkhize being the master of ceremonies.
For more details and to book your seat, contact Munnik Marais from CANSA at firstname.lastname@example.org
CANSA offers a unique integrated service to the public and to all people affected by cancer. CANSA is a leading role-player in cancer research and the scientific findings and knowledge gained from our research are used to realign our health programmes, as well as strengthen our watchdog role to the greater benefit of the public. Our health programmes comprise health and education campaigns; CANSA Care Centres that offer a wide range of care and support services to those affected by cancer; stoma and other clinical support; medical equipment hire, as well as a toll-free line to offer information and support. We also supply patient care and support in the form of 12 CANSA Care Homes in the main metropolitan areas for out-of-town cancer patients and CANSA-TLC lodging for parents and guardians of children undergoing cancer treatment.
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