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A Splash of Pink to Celebrate Life - Gold Coast

A Splash of Pink to Celebrate Life - Gold Coast - Has Ended

 8 Oct, 2014 - 8 Oct, 2014
 Wed 12:00pm - Wed 2:00pm
 7 Staghorn Avenue
  Surfers Paradise, QLD
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a Splash of Pink to Celebrate Life

You are invited to join leading business women, entrepreneurs and women in industry in the Gold Coast as we celebrate Pinktober.

Success Women’s Network will hold it’s inaugural high tea in aid of the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Dress in pink and listen to amazing speaker Mark Wood, Ambassador for the National Breast Cancer Foundation who has dedicated a great deal of his life to discussing the importance of living life to the full and spreading the word to reduce cancer.  Hear about his family's story through their Breast Cancer journey. He will take you on a journey that will be memorable and motivating.

Proceeds will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

There is a fabulous prize for the best splash of pink outfit too.

A time to celebrate and raise funds for leading cancer charities locally and nationally.

Join leading women as we join together to to make a difference to the lives of women and men with cancer - and don’t forget to don your best pink outfit!

Click on the link below to join us in this fabulous and oh-so-worthy gathering.


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 Fern Riceorganiser
 02 4683 1818

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National Breast Cancer Foundation of Australia. The aim of the NBCF is to reduce by 2030 all deaths associated with Breast Cancer to zero.raises and grants funds exclusively for research, because we believe research is the most effective way to end breast cancer. The National Breast Cancer Foundation has a commitment to funding research right across the spectrum – from understanding the fundamental basis of the disease to psychosocial research aimed at improving the quality of life for survivors.

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