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This year's Snow Ball was an even more glamorous, star-studded event, raising life-saving funds for world-class cancer projects.
Hosted by some of Australia's most iconic media personalities, the show was stolen by young Sam Carroll. At just 12 years of age he spoke to a captivated room of 900 people and reminded us why we'll keep striving for a cure.
"We're the nation that found the cure for cancer - that's what we want hanging over us. So it's up to you. We've got the bright young scientists - all they need is money."
Since it was launched in 2014, the Tour de Cure Snow Ball has become one of Sydney’s most spectacular charity events. This year it will once again raise money to fund the boldest research and the most brilliant scientists.
The Tour de Cure Snow Ball is only possible because of the generous support of our sponsors. Sponsorship ensures the Snow Ball remains its spectacular best and helps to raise vital funds for the world-class cancer projects that really make a difference.
For more information, please contact:
Dominique Robinson, Tour de Cure Snow Ball Committee Chairman:
P: 0418 204 813
David Collins, Corporate Relationship Manager:
P: 0401 592 980
We are extremely proud that since its launch in 2014, the Tour de Cure Snow Ball has raised more than $4.15 million for ground-breaking cancer research, care and support projects.
Run with the utmost efficiency by the Tour de Cure Ball Committee - who all give their time, skills and expertise on a voluntary basis - all revenue and costs are fully disclosed.
We're so grateful for the incredible support we receive from our loyal corporate partners, donors and supporters. We've had an amazing time so far. But most importantly, your generosity has helped to restored hope to those touched by cancer. Together we are finding the answers.
Tour de Cure is a Tier 1 charity dedicated to finding a cure for cancer. Since 2007, Tour de Cure has raised over $31-million, funded 266 world-class cancer projects and achieved 21 significant cancer breakthroughs. We've also helped to raise awareness about cancer prevention to more than 90,000 school children through our Be Fit, Be Healthy, Be Happy program.
Cancer does not discriminate and neither do we. Annually, we select and fund cancer projects in the following areas: