Women’s and Children’s Hospital Foundation
Night of Lights with Kate Ceberano
Saturday 10th December 2011
Adelaide Convention Centre
On Saturday 10th December, the stars will align for the Women’s and Children’s Hospital Foundation ‘Night of Lights’ Gala Ball at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
Now in its fourth year, the “Night of Lights” has cemented its reputation as the premier black-tie benefit on the State’s social calendar, each year attracting the top end of town in all their finery – uniting to raise money for the State’s biggest children’s hospital. From captains of industry to prominent philanthropists, from socialites to IT-
girls and boys and even the odd celebrity, the stars of the Adelaide social scene shine bright at this annual event
This very special night would not be possible without stars so the WCH Foundation is delighted to announce Kate Ceberano will be very special guest. Kate is undoubtedly one of Australia’s most iconic artists and for the past 25 years has been doing what she loves the most, making beautiful music.
The WCH Foundation’s aim is to raise $150,000 on the night which will help fund research and new facilities ‘The Breathing Space’
The Breathing Space will be a very special place for children – a dedicated outpatient facility for patients suffering Cystic Fibrosis, situated on the top floor of the Gilbert Building at the WCH. It will not only provide world-class treatment areas and a research laboratory, it will also bring clinicians and researchers closer to patients in their quest for find an answer to this disease.
Help us make the difference and light up the lives of seriously ill children.
Join us for a “Night of Lights” on Saturday December 10th at the Adelaide Convention Centre with very special guest Kate Ceberano, proudly brought to you by Macquarie Private Wealth.
This is your night to shine – book your table of ten for $1,800 or tickets $190 each
Or consider our partnership opportunities for the chance to make a significant difference to the lives of seriously ill children
Please call Christina Angus at the Foundation on 8464 7900 or visit the WCH Foundation website