ANNUAL RAY WHITE CHARITY BALL

Written on the 5 September 2011

ANNUAL RAY WHITE CHARITY BALL

THE 2011 Ray White Surfers Paradise Muscular Dystrophy Charity Ball is set for another big occasion at the Sheraton Mirage on Saturday September 10.

Raising money and awareness for muscular dystrophy, the event is a must attend on the Gold Coast corporate social calendar.

Guests will dance the night away to the sultry tunes of Jessica Mauboy, who has big shoes to fill after Marcia Hines rocked the house last year.

First held in 1993, the inaugural event is the brainchild of Ray White Surfers Paradise Group directors Greg and Andrew Bell (pictured). The ball directs 50 per cent of funds raised to research, while the remainder helps provides equipment to financially distressed families.

More than $2.5 million has been raised through previous balls that have attracted leading political, business and sporting identities.

Bookings can be made by phoning 07 5584 9441 or emailing s.carson@rwsp.net


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