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The Garvan Institute for Medical Research
All Ribbons Ball 2015!


The All Ribbons Ball is the main event in Young Garvan's calendar taking place on Saturday 18 July 2015. The annual black tie dinner is hosted by young professionals and raises funds for the Young Garvan Award. Tickets for the 2015 All Ribbons Ball are now on sale!

The Ball is known for its amazing entertainment which has included: Wil Anderson, Sydney Dance Company, The Backsliders, Mr Nick Farr-Jones, Karma County, and Sean Parker Dance Company.

When: Saturday 18 July 2015
Time: 6.30pm - 1.30am
Venue: Sofitel Sydney Wentworth Grand Ballroom, 61- 101 Phillip Street, Sydney
Dinner: Champagne on arrival, three course dinner
Seating: Reserved tables of ten
Dress: Black tie 

To book for this event select this link

Garvan Institute of Medical Research
www.garvan.org.au
If you want to know more please contact:
Jeremy Carter
Managing Director
Phone: 1800 330 027
Have a Heart and Support Cardiac Research

AmCham Member, Jeremy Carter, CEO of Rapport Leadership Australia invites you to support the Heart Foundation by running the Sun Herald City2Surf on August 9th 2015. Cardiovascular disease claims more lives in Australia than any other. In fact, every 12 minutes, a man, woman or child in Australia will lose their life to cardiovascular disease. 

Jeremy and NSW Heart Foundation CEO, Kerry Doyle, will be running to raise funds for the Cardiovascular Research Network’s Rising Stars Project. This initiative champions and invests in young researchers for retention of talent in the sector, safeguarding the long term sustainability of research into cardiovascular disease and ensuring that new, locally relevant knowledge is continually embedded in health practice. 

Ten years ago, Jeremy was living on heart attack street, working 100 hours per week, smoking a pack and a half of cigarettes every day and weighing in at 127kg, in BMI terms, morbidly obese. The City2Surf was his first ever fun run and paved the way for him to start running longer distances including the 2007 New York Marathon with the Heart Foundation and the 2012 North Face 100km Ultra Marathon.

You can help protect the future of life-saving research into the cause, prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Join Jeremy, Kerry and the rest of the Heart Foundation team, and Run for Research in the 2015 City2Surf. 

To join the Heart Foundation team, click here
To make a donation to support this cause click here