SSMRF End of Year Celebration Dinner

Join St George & Sutherland Medical Research Foundation on Friday 2 December at our End of Year Celebration Dinner as we reflect on another successful year supporting medical research.

The entertaining evening will feature a delicious 3-course meal, live music by Uptown Funk duo, raffles, auctions, and prizes galore. With Channel 9 News Reporter Chris O’Keefe as MC, you will hear about the important medical research being conducted in our local St George and Sutherland Hospitals. The event will raise much-needed funds for research and will aim to increase awareness of the Foundation and its purpose.

When: Friday 2 December 2022, 6.30 pm – 10 pm

Venue: Club Central Hurstville’s new Southern Sydney Event Centre, 2 Crofts Ave, Hurstville NSW 2220

Attire: Cocktail/Business

All are welcome to attend. 

Get your tickets today

Tickets cost $110 individually. A table of 10 is $1000. Sponsor a table for $2,000 and receive 10 tickets, priority seating, business recognition in MC speech, branding on the table, TV screens and social media posts.

Limited spots are available so get in quick!

Email events@ssmrf.com.au or call 0408 402 591 to purchase your tickets.

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