2017 Charity Ball for Lymphoma Support

2017 Charity Ball for Lymphoma Support

Masquerade (verb): To disguise oneself.

In wearing a mask, we are able to hide ourselves away – even in plain sight.

There’s something else just as good at doing this. Lymphoma.

Lymphomas are a type of blood cancer affecting an increasing number of Australians, many of whom are unaware of its symptoms and damage until too late.

Therefore, to help increase knowledge, treatment options and ongoing support for lymphoma sufferers and their families, all proceeds from the 2017 Masquerade charity ball for lymphoma support will go towards the appointment of a specialist lymphoma nurse in Perth.

DRESS CODE: Formal, with an optional touch of lime
Food and Drinks Included | Guest Speakers | Silent Auction | Raffle Prizes | Door Prizes | Masquerade Photo Booth | Take-home Goodie Bag
18 years + (security will be checking identification)
$145pp + booking fee
Purchase tickets here

Linton & Kay Galleries, Saint Georges Terrace, Perth, Western Australia, Australia