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Come to this party for a good time & donate to worthy cause
Olivia Newton-John is well known for raising money for research into cancer. She has established the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute and her generosity in supporting this institute can only be described as amazing.
This event is all about raising funds for research at the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research and Wellness Centre. This benefit aims to raise funds to see an end to cancer once and for all. Most of us have been touched by this nasty disease, whether it be ourselves or a relative or friend. This is a disease that strikes indiscriminately to both the young and the old and has devastating effects.
This will be a party which will allow our dream for a world without cancer to one day be made a reality. It will be on Saturday 6th April from 7.30 pm till 1.00 am. It will be held at the Olympic Hotel, 31 Albert Street, Preston.
This is an all ages event and under 18 years of age will receive wristbands so that bartenders do not sell them alcohol.
If you can't attend but would love to donate, you can do so at this link.
The last day to buy tickets will be Tuesday 26th March and tickets will not be sold on the night. Tickets are non-refundable.
The schedule of events for the night is as follows:
From 7.30 pm till 8.15 pm - JAMES WILLIAMS
From 8.15 pm till 9.00 pm - DJ CLAUDIA ALLEGRO
From 9.00 pm till 10.00 pm - AUCTION BY GINO VERNUCCI & MICHAEL BOURKE
From 10.00 pm till 1.00 am - DJ CHILI G
About the Institute At this institute, the researchers and clinicians work together every day to discover and develop research techniques and breakthroughs in order to deliver better health outcomes for cancer patients.
The research laboratories are only metres away from where patients are looked after and receive treatment. The organisation is a leader in the development of "immunotherapies, targeted therapeutics and personalised cancer medicine."