BT4BC has been working with the Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation to raise funds to benefit breast cancer patients receiving treatment at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick. In particular, we are raising funds for the development of the Cancer Centre at the Prince of Wales Hospital. Find out more about us.
BT4BC 2012 Charity Gala Ball
Saturday, 31 March 2012 from 7.00pm at The Westin Grand Ballroom, 1 Martin Place, Sydney
The BT4BC 2012 Charity Gala Ball has now been announced and we are excited to invite you to come along and have a magical evening with a three course meal accompanied with fine wines, entertainment, live music and fundraising activities!
Held at The Westin Grand Ballroom, your support will help raise funds to benefit breast cancer patients receiving treatment at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick. Find out more on The Event Page.
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Last night the Black Tie for Breast Cancer (BT4BC) signature gala event for the Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation was held at The Westin Grand Ballroom, Sydney.
The glamour filled event was a huge success which, with the help of some very generous auction bids raised over $100,000 The funds will go towards the development of a new gold class Cancer Centre at the Prince of Wales Hospital.
Out to support this great cause where Sydney celebrities that included Jodi Gordon, Braith Anasta, the newly engaged Rachel Gilbert and Tom Williams, two time Logie nominee Anna McGahn, Peter Morrissey, Laura Csortan, Sarah Cumming, Geoff Field, Roy Billing and Bianca Dye along with many more. all of which were out to revel for a cause in an effort to raise money for a new cancer centre at the Prince of Wales Hospital Randwick campus.
The birdcage filled ballroom was transformed into a charming secret garden setting, which made the 600 plus guests fell like they had just stepped into the pages of an enchanting storybook location.
Flowing gowns and fitted suits adorned the magical surroundings, guests sipped on sparkling wines whilst being entertained by a variety of performers including the live music and an array of live performers.
Now in its third year, the BT4BC committee, all of which have been affected in some way by breast cancer are committed to not only raisings funds for this very worthy cause, but also raising awareness of this devastating disease.
Black Tie for Breast Cancer Ambassador and Sydney Roosters Captain, Braith Anasta features on the front page of MX Sydney in his PINK TUXEDO! Braith is inviting people to get behind Black Tie for Breast Cancer and formalise their Facebook profile pictures by wearing a pink bow tie, The more people that get behind him, the more pink garments he will wear to the event's fundraising ball on Saturday night. To help get Braith pretty in pink see www.facebook.com/BT4BC.
Join the Humiliauction: Help BT4BC dress Braith Anasta in pink for a night! Just formalise your Facebook profile picture and Braith could be donning a pink tuxedo for the BT4BC Ball!
It’s almost time for you to get those bow ties and dress shoes ready for the Black Tie for Breast Cancer fundraising ball! Thank you again for supporting such an important cause and attending this event, but we’ve got one more way you can get involved.
As a Black Tie for Breast Cancer Ambassador, Roosters captain, Braith Anasta has traded in time on the footy field to raise money and awareness for the Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation. Now, he’s raising eyebrows on Facebook as charity supporters across the country campaign to get Braith ‘pretty in pink’ for the ball.
The nationwide humili-auction app allows you to ‘formalise’ your profile picture with a pink bow tie to show your support for BT4BC. The more people that get involved, the more pink accessories Braith is required to wear on the night of the ball. We want you to help us get to 10,000 points so Braith will be dressed head-to-toe in pink!
Good sport Braith says: “Having watched a loved one endure the uncertainties of cancer, I am committed to supporting initiatives like BT4BC, who work hard to make a difference to the lives of those affected by this terrible disease.”
To get started, visit www.facebook.com/BT4BC and help us spread the word of the Humiliauction and BT4BC.
A wonderful piece from the team on Connecting up Australia about how Black Tie for Breast Cancer uses social media. Thanks for your support!
The team at Rescu chat with Rachel Gilbert, Black Tie for Breast Cancer Ambassador and acclaimed international fashion designer, about her reasons for becoming a Black Tie for Breast Cancer Ambassador - as well as her hottest tips for black tie galas this season.
Black Tie for Breast Cancer Ambassadors actress Jodi Gordon and her fiance Sydney Roosters captain Braith Anasta chat to the Sunday Telegraph for a cause!
Click on the link below to hear more about why the glamourous couple are involved in Black Tie for Breast Cancer, and hear a little more about their upcoming wedding too!
Our wonderful BT4BC Black Tie For Breast Cancer Ambassador Melissa Hoyer talks Fashion, Celebrity and Charity with the fabulous team at Lifestyle YOU.
Have a read peeps!... Some fabulous tips from Australia's favourite fashion guru!
Black Tie for Breast Cancer (BT4BC), the signature gala event for the Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation, has announced a star studded line up of 2012 celebrity ambassadors as tickets go on sale this week.
Jodi Gordon, Laura Csortan and Anna McGahn join a dedicated team including Braith Anasta, Annalise Braakensiek, Melissa Hoyer, Bianca Dye, Sarah Cumming, Rachel Gilbert, Geoff Field, Peter Morrissey, Kathryn Eisemen and Roy Billing as the faces of BT4BC 2012.
Devoted ambassador, Braith Anasta, who came on board while his mother was being treated for breast cancer at the Prince of Wales Hospital says: “Having watched a loved one endure the uncertainties of cancer, I am committed to supporting initiatives like BT4BC, who work hard to make a difference to the lives of those affected by this terrible disease.”
Promising to be an elegant and action packed evening, all funds raised at the gala event will go towards plans for a new gold standard Cancer Centre on the Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick campus. With $245,000 already raised ambassadors and organisers are hoping to make 2012 an even bigger year of donations - encouraging everyone to get involved.
Due to popular demand, ticket sales have increased to 700, following 2011’s sell out year, with all tickets purchased within just 10 days.