007 inspires Pink Fundraising record ‘007 Bond for a Cure’ was the theme at the 2007 Pink Ribbon Ball where over 700 guests came together raising an all time high of over $175,000 for breast cancer and the Centre for Innovation in Cancer at Flinders Medical Centre (FMC). W ith the support of so many, including naming in kind sponsors – Coopers, Chandon, Daiquiri Factory, rights sponsors AMP Found- Hair Artistique, Mr. Rigg’s ation and Kingsford Financial Cellars, Paper-Pak, Penny’s Group, and some huge items Hill Winery, Telstra Shop up for grabs such as two Toyota Rundle Mall and Tony Yaris cars and a trip to Paris Kitchener Printing. thanks to Malaysia Airlines A special thank you is also and Venture Holidays, the Ball in order for the dedicated and was a resounding success. hard working Patron of the Pink Monies raised at the Ball continue Ribbon Ball, Lady Joan Hardy to support the groundbreaking and fundraising committee work underway at FMC. These Alan and Sue Young, John Hill and Andra Dale at the Pink Ribbon Ball members: Branka Milanese, research projects include Courtesy of SA Life Mirella Pratico, Cate Nicholas, Dr Michael’s research into Emma Reichstein, Adrianna microRNAs which is currently It is thanks to the many FMC Minter Ellison Lawyers, and Tizianna Rina, Verity under IP, Dr Grist’s work on Foundation supporters that the PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Ruediger, Ranka Suica and Pink Ribbon Ball was such RAA Insurance, Skycity the BRCA genes to create Sue Young. a success, including: Heart Adelaide, Visy Board and better screening tests for those Sponsors – Baker Young Woodhead; main auction The 2008 Pink Ribbon Ball at risk of hereditary breast Stockbrokers, Bank SA, Built donors – Bizzarro, Gardens will be held on 11 October and cancers and Professor Piller’s Environs, Channel 7 Adelaide, at Night, Gary Castles Sydney is sizing up to be even bigger. world-leading investigations Green & Gold Energy, Adelaide, Jayson Brunsdon, Call the Foundation on into lymphoedema. Mannering Construction, Mix 102.3, Cruise 1323, (08) 8204 5216 to be a part Telstra and Toyota Motors; purENVY Jewellery, Rodney of this truly inspiring event. Diamond Sponsor – All Fox Shark Experience, SA Life Pink Ribbon Ball Committee Exclusive Homes; Club and auctioneers Tim Thredgold members L–R; Branka Milanese, Mirella Pratico, Pina Marsh, Sponsors – Amgen, Home Health Equipment, and Phil Harris from Toop & Toop Real Estate; and also STOP PRESS Ranka Suica, Cate Nicholas, Emma Reichstein, Adrianna Construction of the Flinders Rina, Verity Ruediger, Sue Centre for Innovation in Young and Tizianna Rina. Cancer soon begins – proceed Courtesy of Festival to ‘The Editorial’ on page 8 City Photographers for further information. Pink Ribbon Ball hits fundraising record! T he 17th annual AMP Foundation Pink Ribbon Ball held on October 28, 2006 women Denise Scott who had the room roaring with laughter with her personal stories and Fine Choice Distribution, Mix 102.3 and Cruise 1323, SA Life, Shirt Domain, Tailors Home Health Equipment, Mutual Community, Price- WaterHouse Coopers, SGIC, was a huge success raising more interactions with the crowd. of Distinction, The One Hour SKYCITY Adelaide, Telstra than $105,000 for the Breast Hem Stop Shop, Venture and Visy Board. The generous The main auction conducted in-kind supporters; Bizzarro, Cancer Research and Develop- North and many superior by Anthony Toop from Toop Coopers Brewery, PaperPak, ment Fund – A Lyn Wrigley South Australian wineries. & Toop Real Estate was a hit Step Rd Wines, The Daiquiri Initiative, and the Flinders with guests, with a range of The FMC Foundation would Factory and Tony Kitchener Centre for Innovation in Cancer. items including a holiday to like to thank the many Printing Pty Ltd. The night would not have been Shanghai, donated by Venture supporters who helped make The FMC Foundation would possible without the generosity Holidays, Malaysia Airlines the 2006 Pink Ribbon Ball also like to thank the ever of so many, especially naming and St Regis Hotels, and a such a success. Thank you to supportive and hard working rights sponsors AMP Found- gorgeous pink sapphire and all the generous auction item Patron of the Pink Ribbon ation and Kingsford Financial diamond pendant designed donors, guests and the Ball Lady Joan Hardy and Group. especially for the Pink Ribbon following sponsors; AMP fundraising committee Ball by Scott Anthony from Foundation, Kingsford Financial members Mary Crawford, Over 600 of the FMC Found- PureENVY Jewellery. Group, AGL, AMGEN, Baker Kerry Fisher, Cate Nicholas, ation’s generous supporters Young Stockbrokers, BankSA, Emma Reichstein, Tiziana attended and were treated to Other main auction donors Built Environs, Channel 7 Rinna, Verity Ruediger, a sensational comedy act by included Authenticity Health Adelaide, CMV Foundation, Ranka Suica, Wendy one of Australia’s leading funny Retreat, Dell Computers, Tredinnick and Sue Young. L–R Kerry Fisher, Ranka Suica The 2007 Pink Ribbon Ball & Verity Ruediger will take place on the 27th L–R Sir James Hardy, Deborah of October at the Adelaide Heithersay & Lady Joan Hardy Convention Centre, for more information or to book tickets please contact Pina Marsh at the FMC Foundation on 8204 5216. Springfield ladies honour their loved ones Record high for pink ribbon ball T he AMP Foundation 2005 Pink Ribbon Ball, held on launched Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer. Saturday 5th November at the The Flinders Medical Centre Adelaide Convention Centre, Foundation would like to thank was a resounding success, the many generous auction raising over $91,000. item donors, in-kind supporters, Over 500 of Adelaide’s guests and the following ‘Who’s who’ attended the gala sponsors for their support: event to help raise funds for AMP Foundation, The the Breast Cancer Research Kingsford Group, AGL, and Development Fund and Amgen, Baker Young Stock- the Flinders Centre for brokers, BankSA, Channel Innovation in Cancer. Seven, Collex, Home Health Top row L–R Verity Ruediger & Chris Saunders; Cathy Equipment, Mutual It is thanks to generous guests, Anthony, Cate Nicholas, Laura Rosadoni & Sue Young Community, PriceWaterhouse donors and sponsors, and in Bottom row L–R Eugene & Cathy Murphy & Damian Coopers, Roche, Telstra, particular Naming Rights & Joan Hanger Visy Board. sponsors AMP Foundation Photo courtesy of SA Life and The Kingsford Financial Generous in-kind supporters Group, that we reached this a one-off opportunity to dine spectacular aerial performance were: Coopers Brewery, record amount. with The Premier, Mike Rann. by internationally renowned Detmold Packaging, Strange Fruit and Adelaide’s The brilliant silent auction The Premier and Lady Hardy, Hardy Wine Company, premier party band, Acoustic electronic technology, donated Patron of the Breast Cancer Nut Producers Australia, Juice. Strange Fruit kindly by BankSA, allowed guests to Research and Development The House of Healing. donated their performance and furiously bid for the 130 items Fund were among the special their significant freighting Also the Foundation would like on hand held PCs without guests. costs were donated by Doser to thank the Pink Ribbon Ball having to leave their chairs. Other main auction donors were: Freight Forwarding. fundraising committee for their Highlights of the main auction, Andrew Baines, Authenticity tireless effort and enthusiasm Proceeds raised at the Ball expertly conducted by Anthony Health Retreats, Cruise 1323, in the event organisation: will fund the Breast Cancer Toop and Tim Thredgold, Fernwood Women’s Health Mary Crawford, Kerry Research and Development from Toop & Toop Real Estate, Club, pureENVY Jewellery, Fisher, Cate Nicholas, Laura Fund – A Lyn Wrigley Initiative were two Qantas Business SA Life, Voyages, Water Art Rosadoni, Verity Ruediger, to support new initiatives in Class return tickets to New by Greg Foster. Ranka Suica, Wendy Breast Cancer research and York, valued at $24,000, and Guests were entertained by a Tredinnick, Sue Young. development and the newly Pink Ribbon Ball raises fun, funds and awareness Thanks to the generosity of 440 guests, including naming rights sponsor AMP Foundation, the 15 th Annual Pink Ribbon Ball, held on Saturday 30 th October at the Adelaide Convention Centre, was a huge success. T he event raised over $76,000 for the Flinders Medical Centre Foundation’s Breast Cancer Research and Develop- ment Fund, the most ever raised in the 15 years of the event. The silent auction electronic technology, donated by Bank SA, allowed guests to bid for items on hand held PCs which then put their names up on Holidays, Villa Cemara - Research and Development 1) Pink Ribbon Ball Fund- screens around the room. This Proud Australia Group. Fund would like to thank the raising Committee members Sue system made for a lot of fun and many generous auction item Young, Wendy Tredinnick and furious bidding and out-bidding. Comedian Fiona O’Loughlin Cate Nicholas and Designer produced a lot of laughter with donors, in-kind supporters and the following sponsors for their Jeweller Scott Anthony share Anthony Toop, from Toop her hilarious stories of family support: of the Pink Ribbon a sparkling moment. and Toop Real Estate, expertly antics and Flaming Sambucas conducted the Main Auction, and DJ Monski Mouse made Ball 2004: 2) Pink Ribbon Ball Fundraising which had some amazing items sure the dance floor was AMP Foundation, Baker Committee members all wore on offer, including a Rodney always jumping. Young Stockbrokers, Bank exquisite jewellery by Designer Fox Great White Shark SA, Channel Seven Adelaide, Jeweller Scott Anthony of Proceeds raised at the Ball will Expedition, a dazzling 18 ETSA Utilities, Mitsubishi pureENVY. From left to right: be used to purchase a ‘Terason’ carat white gold and diamond Motors Australia, Mutual Sue Young, Wendy Tredinnick, Digital Ultrasound Machine to Cate Nicholas, Susie Lyons, neck-piece from pureENVY Community, PriceWater- assist our researchers explore Scott Anthony, Laura Rosadoni, Jewellery and a five day stay houseCoopers, Telstra and more successful surgical Deborah Heithersay, Ranka for two at the magnificent Visy Board. outcomes for breast cancer. Suica, Claire Kay, Kerry Fisher. Authenticity Health Retreat, Port Elliot. The new technology will allow Also the Foundation would 3) Katrina Webb and Rachael researchers to take a small like to thank the Pink Ribbon Other main auction donors Sporn looked stunning as the ultrasound probe into theatre Ball fundraising committee Ball’s pureENVY diamond were: Adelaide Hotrod Hire, to find small tumors, increasing for their tireless effort and necklace models. Aptos Cruz Galleries, Blue the accuracy of the surgical enthusiasm in the event Ice Charters, Choice Fitness procedure while decreasing the 4) Sir James and Lady Hardy, organisation: Sonia Cullen, Health Club, David discomfort, the complications patron of the FMC Foundation’s MacFarlane, Kingsford Jane Donovan, Kerry Fisher, and the cost of surgically Claire Kay, Cate Nicholas, Breast Cancer Research and Financial Group, Malaysia removing these cancers. Development Fund. Airlines, Mitsubishi Motors Laura Rosadoni, Ranka Australia, SA Life, Sutera The Flinders Medical Centre Suica, Wendy Tredinnick, Photos courtesy The Advertiser. Harbour Resort, Venture Foundation’s Breast Cancer Sue Young. Breast cancer awards T he Flinders Medical Centre Foundation has presented Psychology, is the recipient of the FMC Foundation two Flinders University Lyn Wrigley Award. Lisa is students with awards in currently studying ‘the impact recognition of their studies of breast cancer on the psycho- relating to breast cancer. social needs of women between cessation of treatment and five Second year PhD student Fei year survival: a focus on fear Ma was presented with the of recurrence.’ FMC Foundation Drake Foodmarkets Award which Each award is valued at $10,000 will assist with his studies that and is the culmination of FMC Foundation Lyn Wrigley Drake Foodmarkets Marketing focuses on the computer-aided donations from fundraising Award recipient, Lisa Hallsworth. Manager Chris Case presents detection of breast cancer. efforts including the Pink the Drake Foodmarkets Award Drake Foodmarkets, in to Fei Ma. Ribbon Ball, as well as many Lisa Hallsworth, who has particular their Community generous donations made by commenced her PhD in Clinical Dollars Program. F l i n d e r s M e d i c a l C e n t r e Fo u n d a t i o n Breast Cancer Research Fund Patron, Lady Hardy Adelaide loves to remember Lady Hardy, as 'our' before departing the Nine Network for the Ten Network to host the successful Joan McInnes - one of the state's most popular national morning program 'Til Ten. models and entertainers. In December 1991, Joan married Sir James Joan began her modelling career in the sixties, and from 1970 Hardy and left to pursue an even busier until 1978 was co-director, with Francine Shearman, of the schedule supporting James' work and McInnes-Shearman Grooming College & Model Agency in Adelaide. appearances nationally and overseas. Joan's singing and entertaining career was launched in the 60's on Ernie Sigleys Adelaide Tonight, and in 1979 she relocated to Lady Hardy is currently Patron of Australian Sydney to further her career. Patron of the Breast Ladies Variety Association, the South Cancer Research Australian Medical Research Trust and Regular appearances followed on the Don Lane and Mike Walsh Fund, Lady Hardy. is on the Advisory board of the Adelaide Shows, and during that time Joan formed an enduring musical Festival Theatre Foundation. association with Tommy Tycho. Over the next ten years, Joan supported Bob Hope, Ronnie Corbett, Sir Harry Secombe as well The Foundation is thrilled to have Lady Hardy as the new patron as regularly touring with Kamahl and Barry Crocker. of the Breast Cancer Research Fund - a Lyn Wrigley initiative, and it looks forward to many exciting developments that will no doubt Joan joined NWS 9 in 1981 as entertainment producer/reporter on evolve from Lady Hardy's generous support. the newly formed Today Show - a position she held until 1988 Pink Ribbon Ball raises Major Sponsors • AGL • BHP Billiton record amount • • Adtrans Channel Seven Adelaide • Mitsubishi There was glamour, dancing and a diamond • Dell • Tempo when the 13th annual Pink Ribbon ball was • Baker Young Stockbrokers held in early November. • Telstra • Inpak Foods The event hosted by Channel Seven’s Cherylee Harris, and • Jurlique attended by the Foundation’s patron The Hon. Mr Bob Hawke AC • Bank SA and the outgoing Breast Cancer Research Fund patron Carolyn • BRL Hardy Hewson, was an outstanding success with the fantastic sum of $72,000 raised for breast cancer research at Flinders. Main Auction Donors • George Gross and Harry Who Once again the evening’s auctioneer Anthony Toop conducted an • Rapsimo amazing auction with such items as lunch with the MFS firemen, a • Kimberley Diamond Company rare 1.15 carat Kimberley Diamond and a Robert Hannaford • Metropolitan Fire Service artwork up for grabs. • Hyatt Regency Adelaide • Kendacraft Jewellery The event was sadly patron Carolyn Hewson’s last as she has • Malaysia Airlines decided to retire from her role after 10 successful years. Carolyn is • Venture Holidays a gracious soul and her dignity and integrity has inspired us all. • Mutiara Beach Resort The Foundation thanks her most sincerely for her generosity and • Channel Seven Adelaide the superb leadership that she has provided over the years. With • Blue Ice Charters Carolyn’s blessing the appointment of her close friend Lady Hardy • Jurlique was announced during the evening and the Foundation is looking • The Local Magazine forward to her continuing the fantastic work that Carolyn did. • Robert Hannaford • Raels Shearer The Foundation would like to thank the following sponsors and auction donors for their outstanding generosity and look forward to continuing its association with them next year.
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