Life is Precious, a private fundraising organisation, is hosting a special Gala Evening for Tygerberg Children’s Hospital Oncology Department.
The event takes place at 6pm on Saturday 9 February at the Centre for the Book, Queen Victoria Street in the Cape Town city centre.
With a variety of live acts including toe-tapping music and an enthralling hypnotist show, the evening is set to be a most memorable occasion for everyone.
The ticket price of R350 per person also includes a delicious three-course meal and comedic performances sure to leave you in stitches.
Born of June’s lively brand of alternative melodies will create an electric atmosphere, while The Grey Violin Duo’s nimble string playing will inspire you. Singer Ameer Hendricks and his velvety smooth vocals will keep you serenaded throughout the evening.
In addition, Life is Precious will be running competitions, with prizes for lucky winners
Life is Precious came to life after a very successful first comedy fundraiser evening, where over R20 000 was raised for the Groote Schuur Hospital Haematology Department. Their mission is to help the sick, destitute and anyone in need.
The inspiration behind Life is Precious is Ferida Dawray, meaning precious. She was a woman of strength and faith who lived her life putting others first. Ferida passed away within a year after being diagnosed with a very rare cancer.
Taking the baton from her, her daughter and organiser Hajirah Dawray hosts annual fundraisers in her honour.
Life is Precious is about hope and giving comfort and support to those facing challenges and the families that support them
So save the date, dress to the nines and join us for an elegant evening of laughter, merriment and delectable cuisine in support of a worthy cause.
For more information, please contact Hajirah on 072 662 9300 or Naveed Ahmed on 074 683 2446 or email [email protected]
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