2018 Bloody Good Dinner
On May 23rd 2018, the Snowdome Foundation and Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision will once again host the ‘Bloody Good Dinner’.
This event was established to fund breakthroughs in discovering new treatments for Bone Marrow Failure and Blood Cancers in 2017. In 2018 it will fund:
- A Career Development Fellowship in Research for women in haematology.
- The Centre of Research Excellence in Bone Marrow Biology.
- Australia-wide arm of an international trial to improve survival rates of Follicular Lymphoma patients.
One hundred percent of the profits will go directly towards this research.
The event will be hosted by Hamish McLachlan and will certainly entertain all the senses. The main focus remains very much on the incredible work researchers and clinicians are doing everyday. Funds are desperately needed to ensure bone marrow failure and blood cancer patients are given greater hope of more effective treatments.
Guests who attended the ‘Bloody Good Dinner’ in 2017 can attest to a wonderful evening that raised over $400,000 to support a world-first medical research project in clonal haematopoiesis to help improve bone marrow transplants success rates.
We have an amazing night planned this year with renowned New York chef Paul Donnelly, back in Australia for one night only. His unique style of Chinese cuisine combines traditional ingredients with a modern flair.
With him we’ll have Chinese Tuxedo owner and mixologist, Eddy Buckingham, creating cocktails specifically for The Bloody Good Dinner. That, combined with a huge raffle, an auction and more, makes for a night you won’t want to miss.
Last year sold out in three weeks and with limited spaces we expect this year to sell out even quicker.
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