Girls’ afternoon to raise money for blood cancer patients
Wednesday, 02 April 2014
The call has gone out for girls in the Lockyer Valley to come together on Saturday 29 March for an afternoon of fun while raising vital funds for the Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland and the blood cancer patients in its care.
Organised by the Lockyer-Brisbane Valley branch of the Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland, the Girls’ Afternoon Out will feature a fashion parade, beauty secrets, lingerie, jewellery, pampering, market stalls, entertainment, a Tai Chi demonstration and more.
Branch president Gayle Daetz said the lineup of entertainment including local vocalist Rochelle Beattie was great value for the $5 ticket price, and encouraged local girls of all ages to get a group together for an enjoyable afternoon.
Date: Saturday, 29 March
Location: Lockyer Valley Cultural Centre, Lake Apex Drive, Gatton
For more information about the event or to buy a ticket, contact Gayle Daetz on 0402 085 260.
The event is proudly supported by Staging Post Café & Restaurant.
A not-for-profit organisation, the Leukaemia Foundation does not receive any ongoing government funding and relies on the support of individuals, sponsors and business partners to provide vital care for patients and families.
The Leukaemia Foundation is dedicated to the care and cure of patients and families living with leukaemias, lymphomas, myeloma and related blood disorders. The Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland provides some of the world’s best patient accommodation and support services – free of charge.
For more information contact:
Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland
P: 07 3318 4421