|September 17, 2012|
* MELBOURNE Fundraising
RCH NNU Celebration of Life Gala Ball at Crown 2012. Join Matt Hetherington, Glen Moriarty and Very Special Friends for a once in a lifetime line up comprising the hottest Australian talent. Photos and Story from the night
- Thursday 20th September, 2012
- 7pm Pre-Dinner Drinks for 7.30pm Dinner
- Palladium at Crown Southbank, Vic
Palladium at Crown Southbank, Vic
Dress: Lounge Suit/Evening
Electra Duo – Virtuoso violinist Airlie Koo & guests perform in a stunning electric violin show followed by NICU Ambassador “Matt Hetherington and Very Special Friends for One Night Only” – a once in a lifetime line up comprising the hottest Australian talent come together in support of our very special cause to help us celebrate 10 Years of living, loving and giving to the NICU at RCH, Melbourne. Chris Clarke will be flying in from LA for the Celebration of Life Gala Ball.
A fabulous range of prizes will be raffled and charity auctions will be held during the evening – EFTPOS facilities available.
INDIVIDUAL TICKETS $250pp (input taxed event)
TABLE OF 10 GUESTS BOOKED IN SINGLE TRANSACTION $230pp
Includes gift, three course meal, beverages (spirits may be purchased) and entertainment.
TICKETS Contact firstname.lastname@example.org (03) 9345 5143 during business hours.
“With increasing cot numbers, and the potential for further improvement, we look to our friends and supporters attending this year’s 10th A Celebration of Life Gala Ball, to raise funds for a specific piece of equipment called a NIRS (Near Infrared Spectrometer). This machine, allows measurement of blood flow in various organs including the brain and the gut. The use of this monitor will allow us to better monitor our patients, potentially detecting life-threatening disease earlier, and increasing the window of opportunity in which we can provide life-saving treatment”. Dr Rod Hunt – Director Neonatal Medicine, The Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne.
Over 700 babies are transferred to the Newborn Intensive care Unit (NICU) at The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) annually. Over 40% of babies will undergo major surgery and over half receive artificial ventilation via mechanical respirators. All babies are cared for by a team of specialist NICU doctors and nurses and many may also be seen by specialist doctors from the many medical disciplines available ONLY at the RCH, Melbourne. The fundraising and awareness efforts provided by A Celebration of Life via The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation is ESSENTIAL to the NICU in order to help it achieve its goal of providing the highest level of care to Victoria’s sickest babies.Share