What a magical night! A truly memorable and inspiring evening was held to showcase our vital research and progress towards our mission to find a cure for childhood cancer. The evening raised $1,693,700, surpassing all our expectations and enabling us to fund 11 senior researchers and the consumables required to complete their research for a year.
The Institute’s amazing families, researchers and donors helped make this happen, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Thank you for your passion, generosity and belief in the power of research to make such a real difference for kids with cancer.
At Children’s Cancer Institute, our belief is that a life should be long. That every child should have the chance to grow up and grow old. To plan exciting futures, chase their dreams, and fulfil their potential.
But cancer cuts life short for hundreds of children every year, before they’ve even had a chance to make their mark.
Everything we do at Children’s Cancer Institute is about helping more kids with cancer not only survive, but go on to live long, healthy lives.
Our signature black-tie event, Diamond Ball brings together our most loyal supporters and partners for a night of fun, entertainment and most importantly raising funds to support our childhood cancer research.
Boasting an impressive culinary experience, one-of-a-kind auction items, stunning jewellery, raffle prizes and exclusive entertainment, Diamond Ball is a must-attend event.
Together we can and we will cure all children of cancer. It’s not if, it’s when.
Key event information
Date: Saturday 26 August 2023
Time: Pre-dinner drinks from 6.00pm with doors opening to the ballroom at 6.30pm
Location: International Convention Centre, Level 5, Grand Ballroom, International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour NSW
Dress Code: Black Tie and Ball Gown
Cloakroom: Located on the ground floor near the Sofitel entrace
To purchase individual tickets or to enquire about table bookings please email email@example.com.
A life should be long
Here in Australia, we have more than 1000 children and adolescents being diagnosed with cancer every single year. And every week, three young lives will be lost to the disease.
Children's Cancer Institute exists solely to put an end to childhood cancer through research. With supporters like you raising vital funds to support our research for kids like Harper/Huey, together we can ensure that every child has the opportunity to reach their potential.