Been meaning to do something for Breast Cancer Awareness Month but haven’t found the time? Come and hear two of the most insightful speakers on May 31st as the month of Pink Ribbon Breakfasts draws to a close. I’m bringing together the best speakers, a new venue that everyone wants to try, for one of the most important causes there is.
Speaker 1: Evangelia Henderson has led the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation for nine years as its CEO. She’ll reflect back on her journey and that of Breast Cancer Awareness and treatment over the next decade and forward onto new frontiers for beating the disease.
Speaker 2: From a more personal perspective, larger-than-life serial entrepreneur Troy Elliott will tell the sometimes-overlooked story of how the family surrounding a breast cancer patient faces up to the disease.
All of this will take place at the popular new eatery on St Mark’s Road, SNO. If you’ve been meaning to try it out, here’s your chance to do so for a good cause. Please register below and don’t forget to bring a friend or three.
TIckets are $50, which includes a breakfast buffet and 50% of the ticket cost is donated to the BCFNZ. Buy them here: https://www.act.org.nz/remuera_pink_ribbon_breakfast
I look forward to seeing you there.
David Seymour, MP for Epsom
p.s. Several people have told me they’ll come if I do a waltz in a pink tutu. I have no comment to make at this time but I am not ruling it in or out.
If you can't make it, you can still donate to our breakfast fundraiser here! Just click on the Donate button (all these funds go to the BCFNZ).
The money raised will be used to fund research projects and medical grants to help improve survivorship, as well as support patients and their families during treatment and recovery.
Donate today to help make zero deaths from breast cancer a reality.