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Christmas Light Display 2014

Announcing that Dainere’s Rainbow Splendiferous Christmas Light Display and Stall 2014 was able to spread vital awareness about paediatric brain tumours and also raised the wonderful total of $672.85. We are so extremely grateful to those in the Canberra Community who despite tough times gave so generously.

These funds are so deeply appreciated not only by us but also by Dr David Ziegler and his team at The Sydney Children’s Hospital so that they can continue their dedicated research; looking at paediatric brain tumour biology, testing new drugs, working on novel new treatments with less devastating side effects and wanting to discover a cure so children don’t have to suffer and have their future stolen by this disease.

In 2012 Dainere had a special dream of creating a Christmas Light Display to bring joy throughout the Canberra Community whilst raising desperately needed awareness and funds for paediatric brain tumours which she was so passionate, determined and selfless about.
In 2015 we hope the Light Display throughout December will sparkle, illuminate, be magical, give joy and love and be as splendiferous as Dainere’s most radiant smile.
For our beautiful angel we will be continuing her dream and following her written wishes at this most blessed and special time of year and also see her greatest wish in life of a cure being found for the most insidious disease that stole her young life become a reality.

Hope to see you during December next year with a smile on your face and your hearts filled with joy whilst enjoying Dainere’s Light Display.

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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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