2010 Ball

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2010 Ball - Cancer in Kids @ RCH - CIKA

The 2010 Blue and Orange Ball, held at the Sebel Hotel on 21 August was our most successful event ever, raising $204,240.94 for research into curing childhood cancer. We are so grateful to our many sponsors and supporters and to the hard working volunteers who make this possible. Well done everyone.

Once again, CIKA thanks Happy Medium for supplying most of the following photographs.

Health Minister Daniel Andrews was a welcome guest. Here we see him announcing a grant of $55,000 for the purchase of items on the RCH
Children's Cancer Centre wish list.


As usual, the Blue and Orange theme
was evident in the table decorations.

Proceedings were opened by our generous
patron, Peter Mitchell from the
Channel Seven newsroom.

We were delighted to have Health Minister,
Daniel Andrews as our guest and even
more delighted when he announced a
grant of $55,000 for the purchase
of items on the RCH Children's
Cancer Centre wish list.

Platinum sponsor Israel Rosenfield
exhorted the audience to be generous
in supporting this worthy cause.

Patron and Minister are seen here with
our tireless president, Sandra Lehrer.

The Grand Aution was capably managed by
Will Fowles of Fowles Auctions.

Mary McGowan, Yosuke Minoda and
Denise Caruso represented the
Children's Cancer Centre.

CIKA vice president, Ellen Webb is seen
here with Paul and Melanie Eyres.



The Woodpeckers have been long-time CIKA supporters. Here we see Gerald Meade announcing the donation of a cheque for $10,000.
Gerald needed Sandra Lehrer's help to display the cheque to a grateful crowd.


2010 was CIKA's thirtieth anniversary year.
Here we see CIKA's three oldest children cutting
the commemorative cake.


You can read their stories by clicking on the photographs below.

Fiona's story
Sam's story
Fiona Love.
Sam Casilli.
Dean's story
Dean Duyvestyn.
Sam, Dean and Fiona all survived
childhood cancer. For the stories
of some of our other children, click here.



Please click here for more pictures.