The BrainChild Ball
Our 2019 BrainChild Ball
Please save the date 27th July 2019
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Welcome to our 4th annual BrainChild Ball – La Dolce Vita, being held in the Grand Ballroom at Crown Perth, from 6:00pm on Saturday 27th July 2019. Guests will indulge in the food, music and general ambience that so unmistakably comes from one of the most loved countries, cultures and peoples of the world.
La Dolce Vita – “The Sweet Life”….
In Italy this phrase is used colloquially when describing a life filled with pleasure and luxury. In our case, it conveys an aspiration, a wish, a mission. That is that all children can live a life full of simple pleasures and basic luxuries free of brain cancer.
Guests will enjoy a 3 course meal with wines, entertainment, a live & silent auction – and of course the return of our ever popular Champagne and Sports Bars.
WHERE THE FUNDS GO
We are proud that 100% of the funds raised from the ball goes directly to this cause. For the past three years the Ball has funded the BrainChild Fellowship, held by Dr Raelene Endersby, Co-Head of the Brain Tumour Research Program (BTRP) at Telethon Kids Institute. Funds raised over and above those required for the BrainChild Fellowship are contributed towards the BTRP teams conducting world-class childhood brain cancer research programs.
In 2019 we are aiming to raise at least $358,000 – with which the BrainChild Ball will have contributed $1,000,000 to childhood brain cancer research, significantly advancing discovery towards happy healthy children free of brain cancer.
$295 each and may be purchased individually or in tables of 10. Tickets may be be purchased via
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We are looking forward to welcoming you and your guests to the BrainChild Ball WA, for what promises to be a truly magical evening!
What is The BrainChild Ball ?
Each year The BrainChild Ball takes guests to an exotic location for a night of glamour, discovery, taste and adventure all in the name of fundraising and awareness.
The BrainChild Ball was founded by Victoria Fitzgerald following the diagnosis and treatment of her daughter Abigail (our 2016 BrainChild).
And every year we share the story of a child who has experienced brain cancer – our BrainChild. Their journeys highlight the struggle of life with childhood brain cancer and highlight the devastating effects this disease has on both the child and their family.
Every year, guests enjoy a three course dinner, fantastic entertainment, the chance to bid on some incredible live auction and silent auction items. They also have an opportunity to win a Forevermark Diamond from Mazzucchelli’s at our Champagne Diamond Bar; or a luxury men’s sports watch at our Sports Bar presented by Mazzucchelli’s and Gage Roads.
The primary purpose of The BrainChild Ball is to raise funds for the BrainChild Fellowship, a position currently held by Dr Raelene Endersby, co-head of the Brain Tumour Research Program at the Telethon Kids Institute.
Past BrainChild Balls
2018 – Australis
Our Australis BrainChild Ball was as the name suggests a celebration of all things Australian. Over 450 guests honoured the memory of Sindi, who was diagnosed with brain cancer at two years of age and passed away at four years.
Sindi’s Fund was established on this night raising a massive $111,000 to kick start research into this program.
Guests enjoyed a themed menu and true blue Aussie performances by the Australian Girls School Choir and local band Violette River helped us dance the night away. The 2019 BrainChild Ball raised a total of $292,000.
2017 – Issho Ni
The Japanese phrase for “together” encapsulated the spirit of the 2017 BrainChild Ball as guests came together to raise an incredible $210,000.
2016 – La Gourmet Soiree
Our Inaugural event, La Gourmet Soiree, celebrated the best of all things France, in particular the menu designed by Chef Guillaume Brahimi. Raising over $120,000 it certainly was a night to remember.