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Fight Cancer Foundation's annual Breakfast for Hope is being held on Friday, the 20th of November. Funds raised through the breakfast will go towards the foundation's John Opie House. John Opie House provides up to 20 cancer patients and their carers with affordable accommodation during medical treatment. Come and join in this breakfast for hope.
The 2015 Breakfast for Hope will feature 4 special guests. Fight Cancer Foundation is delighted to confirm attendance by Her Excellency Professor the Honourable Kate Warner, AM, Governor of Tasmania, Cassie and Matt, 2015 contestants of Channel 7's House Rules and Katelyn Barry, prominent journalist and reporter at Southern Cross News. Ms Barry, who is a passionate supporter of cancer research and has encountered the disease in her personal and professional lives, will be this year's emcee.
Guests should arrive at 7am at Hobart Conference and Convention Centre for a 7:15 commencement. Attendees will be greeted with a glass of sparkling wine. The breakfast will feature 2 delicious courses. Guests will have the chance to win prizes through an auction, raffle and lucky door prize.
Fight Cancer Foundation logo
Fight Cancer Foundation was founded by John Opie and a small group of families devastated by leukaemia. Beginning as the Bone Marrow Donor Institute, for over 25 years the charity has worked hard on creating initiatives, providing low cost accomodation and support to patients and families affected by cancer. The foundation is behind initiatives such as the Australian Bone Marrow Registry and BMDI Cord blood Bank. It is currently partnering with The Royal Melbourne Hospital on further cancer research.
The John Opie House is one of 3 low accommodation houses that the foundation runs. It's only 5 minutes away from The Royal Hobart Hospital. John Opie House provides low cost accommodation for Tasmanian patients and their families, who might otherwise have to travel long distances during the course of treatment. It aims to assist those affected so that they can focus on recovery.
Funds raised go to ensuring John Opie House stays a low cost, supportive service
Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org by this Friday the 13th of November. Single, group or corporate bookings are welcomed. To RSVP please download the booking form and either scan or fax it. Details can be found here.