A Night in Paris - Cancer Society Ball Queenstown 2024 – Tickets
A Night in Paris - Cancer Society Ball Queenstown 2024 – Tickets
A Night in Paris - Cancer Society Ball Queenstown 2024 – Tickets
A Night in Paris - Cancer Society Ball Queenstown 2024 – Tickets
A Night in Paris - Cancer Society Ball Queenstown 2024 – Tickets
A Night in Paris - Cancer Society Ball Queenstown 2024 – Tickets
A Night in Paris - Cancer Society Ball Queenstown 2024 – Tickets
A Night in Paris - Cancer Society Ball Queenstown 2024 – Tickets
A Night in Paris - Cancer Society Ball Queenstown 2024 – Tickets

A Night in Paris - Cancer Society Ball Queenstown 2024 – Tickets

Regular price
$250.00
Sale price
$250.00
GST included.

6:30 pm, Saturday 5 October 2024, Millennium Hotel Queenstown

Come and join Naylor Love, Hugo Charitable Trust, and the Cancer Society Otago & Southland Division for a glamorous evening to support the crucial work of the local Cancer Society.

Your ball ticket will entitle you to a spectacular night in Paris, held at the Millennium Hotel in Queenstown. Indulge in a scrumptious three-course meal, enjoy beverages, and experience outstanding live entertainment by the LA Social band and dancers. Dance the night away on our dance floor and participate in exciting live and silent auctions.
For event inquiries, please contact Donz Milne at donna.milne@cansoc.org.nz or 027 471 0782.

Don't miss out on this unforgettable evening that supports a great cause!

For a Good Cause

The funds collected from this event will aid the Cancer Society Otago & Southland Division in their efforts to provide support and advocacy for individuals affected by cancer within our community.

Thanks to your support over the past year, the Cancer Society Otago and Southland Division has:

  • Assisted 609 cancer patients and their families, including 260 new patients in Queenstown Lakes District and Central Otago
  • Provided 440 nights of accommodation in Daffodil House for people undergoing cancer treatment in Dunedin
  • Contributed $105,592 to National Research Projects to help reduce the incidence and impacts of cancer across New Zealand
  • Engaged 172 ongoing volunteers including 48 volunteers who run the popular CanShop

Our organization operates independently, and we depend solely on donations, bequests, and community fundraising to sustain our free services that support individuals and their families affected by cancer.

For over 90 years, the Cancer Society has provided support to New Zealanders with any type of cancer diagnosis and their families/whanau. Our services are accessible to anyone who needs them. Your contributions will make a significant impact in helping us continue to provide these essential services.

If you or a member of your whānau have received a cancer diagnosis, you can ring our local office on (03) 442 4281 or learn more about our free services at cancer.org.nz

Sponsorship

To learn about sponsorship benefits and other opportunities, please contact Donz Milne at donna.milne@cansoc.org.nz or 027 471 0782