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Frock Up for Linda is fundraising for
As part of Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month we are raising funds for Frocktober through this page and we are holding a fundraising afternoon tea on Sunday 2nd October. So come along and frock up. The idea is to wear your party dress and come and say ‘Hi’ to Linda and enjoy the afternoon. We will be holding a silent auction and a raffle to raise funds (cash only on the day). If you can, we would appreciate any help with donations of goods/services.
Venue: St. Anne School Hall
Beresford Road, Kew East
Date: Sunday 2nd October
Time: 2pm – 5pm
Please help me support the vital work of the OCRF, and the dedicated researchers they fund, by making a donation to my page. Every dollar counts!
I'm Frocking Up to raise funds for Australia's most lethal gynaecological cancer - ovarian cancer. The five-year survival rate for ovarian cancer in Australia is just 48%, meaning those diagnosed get less than half a chance of surviving five years from their diagnosis. I want to help change the statistics and give those diagnosed with ovarian cancer a greater chance of survival. Research is the answer. Frocktober supports the OCRF - the leading non-government funder of ovarian cancer research in Australia.
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