Sunflower Fund ladies’ breakfast

2017-02-28 06:00
PHOTO: suppliedExcited about the breakfast (from left) Tanith King, Wendy Hind, Shireen Eraman, Carol Howard, Sheryl Smithies and Anna Kelly.

PHOTO: suppliedExcited about the breakfast (from left) Tanith King, Wendy Hind, Shireen Eraman, Carol Howard, Sheryl Smithies and Anna Kelly.

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THE much-anticipated 11th annual Sunflower Fund Ladies Breakfast, in association with The Smile Emporium, will take place on Saturday, 11 March at the Coastlands Musgrave Hotel, 315 Peter­ Mokaba Ridge, from 8.30am to 11.30am.

Two speakers, Carol Howard of Carol Howard and Associates, will speak on living “Beyond Limitations”, and Wendy Hind of Chata Romano­, will host a “Polished, Professional and Passionate” image-building workshop.

The theme is “Summer and Sunflowers” and a prize will be awarded to the best dressed guest.

The Sunflower Fund’s role is to educate and register stem cell donors­ in order to give hope of life to patients suffering from life-threatening chronic blood disorders like leukaemia.

Funds raised from the breakfast will help The Sunflower Fund to cover the recruitment costs to grow a healthy, effective, ethnically diverse South African Bone Marrow Registry (SABMR) of committed donors.

The organisation plays an active role in the process of giving hope of life through blood stem cell transplants.

Tickets cost R240 per person and includes a buffet breakfast, table treats, dessert by Chateau Gateaux, a gift from BON Natural Oils and a goodie bag.

Guests can also look forward to lucky draw prizes, raffles, pop-up shops and a complimentary pamper station.

Book now to avoid disappointment as tickets are limited.

For bookings and/or sponsorship of prizes and/or goodie bag items, contact Allison Ekstrand on 031 266 1148 or email allison@ suflowerfund.org.za

For more information or to
register as a stem cell donor,
contact The Sunflower Fund on toll-free number 0800 12 10 82. For more information about the fun visit the website www.sun flowerfund.org.za

- Supplied.

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