Fight Cancer Foundation's Love Red Lunch, Geelong 2022
Love Red Lunch was held on Friday 29th April
Guests enjoyed an afternoon of exceptional food and wine in the Captain's room at GMHBA Stadium Geelong, to help support people in Geelong and surrounding regions fight cancer.
There was live music performed by Andy Pobjoy from from Piano Bar. Guests participated in a live auction conducted by Stan Buzza, a silent auction, a raffle and purchased wine from an amazing wine wall!
The raffle prizes were won by Amanda David, Julie Mcnamara, Dimitra Bourdouvalis and Jess Munday.
Love Red Lunch was proudly sponsored by Gull Geelong, Higher Mark and Home Instead Geelong.
There was panel discussion about Geelong hosted by former AFL star and prominent media personality Billy Brownless!
Cameron Hamilton - Managing director of Hamilton Group, a third generation property development and management company.
Giovanni Siano - Founder of Home Instead Geelong, the leading provider of high quality in home care for ageing adults.
Jake Munday - Founder and CEO of Custom Neon. Australia's most affordable supplier of quality LED neon signs.
Stephanie Asher - Lord Mayor of Geelong. A community-focused person with a passion for getting things done.
Fight Cancer Foundation looks forward to continue supporting Geelong in the future.
Love Red Lunch, Geelong 2022 gallery
We are thrilled to share that more than $36,000 was raised at Love Red Lunch, Geelong, funds that will directly support people in Geelong and surrounding regions in their fight against cancer.
For all enquiries regarding Love Red Lunch Geelong please contact Anna or Jenny via email
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Supporting Geelong and Surrounding Regions
Our accommodation centre in Melbourne offers families living with cancer from Geelong and surrounding regions a home away from home when they need it most, reducing the financial and emotional burden of a cancer diagnosis.
Our education support program, delivered in partnership with The Royal Children’s Hospital, supports children and young people living with cancer from across Victoria, including Geelong and the surrounding regions.