27 January, 2020

Don't miss the launch of 2018 Save The Box



Don't miss the launch of 2018 Save The Box

The team at ANZGOG has invited members of The Drinks Association to join them at the launch of the 2018 Save The Box campaign.

ANZGOG is the national peak organisation for gynaecological cancer clinical trials in Australia and New Zealand and its Save The Box initiative is one of its major fundraisers. 

This year the organisation is hosting an inaugural Save The Box Brunch in the Noble Trust Suite at the SCG, with the fabulous Gretel Killeen as MC and a panel including leading athletes, the HON. Stuart Ayers (NSW Minister for Sport) and ANZGOG Chair Assoc. Prof Philip Beale. 

The event will be held this week on August 30, from 11am-2pm, with ticket sales closing August 27. 

Click here to book. 

During September, Aussies are urged get involved in Save The Box and start a conversation about gynaecological cancer. Register to take part and ANZGOG will send to you a Save the Box fundraising kit. All you have to do is organise a brunch, create your own event or just make a donation.

Click here for details. 

ANZGOG is Women in Drinks' official charity partner. 

"I’m thrilled with the success of our fundraising partnership with ANZGOG - the only national not-for-profit organisation dedicated to gynaecological cancer research," said Women in Drinks Chair Jennifer Collins. "ANGOG has been bold for change in its approach with the Save The Box campaign and is a great partner for Women in Drinks."

Women in Drinks is an initiative by The Drinks Association to highlight issues facing women in the workplace, champion opportunities and offer networking events for women working in the drinks industry. The Drinks Association is a not-for-profit organisation that offers everything from industry data to targeted forums and a broad spectrum of events, publications and websites, including Drinks Trade, Drinks Bulletin and Drinks Guide. It works to build a stronger, more informed Australian drinks industry by providing commonly required services.

 



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