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ANDANTE ANDANTE ABBA CHOIR FUNDRAISER

This Event was organised by our wonderful Committee Members Anne and David who are members of the Andante Andante Choir Inc. AKA the ABBA Choir who hosted this incredible evening to elevate awareness of paediatric brain tumours and raise funds for Dainere’s Rainbow.

The evening saw a full house of guests who were entertained by this incredibly talented group of amazing people, feet were tapping, the entire room sang along, and the smiles and joy lit up the room. Everyone was certainly given a Christmas gift of music.

There were fabulous lucky door prizes, a raffle with the most marvellous prizes on offer and scrumptious supper. With 100% of all funds raised on the evening $699.00 supporting the dedicated and vital research of Associate Professor Ziegler and his team at Sydney Children’s Hospital Kids Cancer Centre.

Special mention and appreciation to Marilyn Gould, Judy Witherdin and Marg Wattam for their generous contribution of the gifts for the raffle and lucky door prizes and to Mark who re-donated his raffle prize and auctioning it off to raise an extra $20.

We were able to share information about the fund and the hope that we are giving to others through events like this. With heartfelt gratitude to all those who attended on the evening, without your support we would not be able to work to give hope and create change.

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Dainere's Rainbow is a not for profit organisation - 100% of all funds raised or donated go to paediatric brain tumour research at Sydney Children's Hospital
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