Event Buddies Networking Lunch @ the Boat Shed

Ladies and Gentlemen, Event Buddies is happy to meet with you on Thursday 26 February in the Blue Room of the Boat Shed. You are invited to join us for a networking lunch and learn more about Event Buddies and For A CURE.

RSVP by telephone by Monday 23 February | 02 9460 0699

Event Buddies Networking Lunch at the Boat Shed, 80 McDougall Street, Milsons Point, NSW 2061.

A Big Thanks to Face Affair in Marrickville

Event Buddies Australia and For A CURE Foundation would like to thank the team of Face Affair in Marrickville for their contribution for the Foundation.

Gina and Denise have raised $480 for cancer stem cell research through a Christmas raffle.

I invite you to meet these generous ladies that gave their time and effort for the cause.

A big thanks to you!

Christmas Party at the Boat Shed | 02 Dec 2008

Thanks, everyone, for a stimulating evening! We had a great turnout.

And a special thanks to Sylvie Boisel and her wonderful performance!

Thanks to DenzoMedia for the pictures.

BuddyNews Issue 01

BuddyNews Issue 01, Dec 1, 2008: The First Event Buddies newsletter!read more

Australia’s “Erin Brockovitch”

Event Buddies, Nov 19, 2008: Australia’s “Erin Brockovitch” puts herself on auction to fund a cure for cancer. read more

Angie Cleone | Event Buddies For A Cure

The Economist

The Economist, Sept 11, 2008: Cancer and Stem cells: the connection that could lead to a cure. A theory linking the scourge to stem cells may offer new ways of treating this most terrifying of diseases. read more

Eradicate cancer stem cells

RSVP 2008

RSVP 2008 – The event makers exhibition and party MiSociety July 5th, 2008: An event by the event makers.One would expect it be some party – and it sure was.RSVP is the PR and Event Manager’s trade showcase of the year. read more

Event Buddies Australia is launching its services at Sydney’s premier event RSVP being held on 2nd and 3rd July 2008 at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre. With a red carpet to welcome one and all, come and be dazzled at our stand and experience our innovative services.

The registration to the Expo is free so please do register at www.rsvpevent.com.au and visit our stand no. J22


The NSW State Government held a fundraiser to help those affected by the devastating earthquake in Sichuan province in China. With the help of the Australian Red Cross, the night was a true testament to the power of humanity across the globe. Event Buddies Australia was honoured by the chance to attend this distinguished fundraiser at Parliament House, hosted by The Honourable Morris Iemma MP, Premier of New South Wales and The Honourable Ian Macdonald MLC, Minster for Primary Industries, Minister for Energy, Minister for Mineral Resources and Minister for State Development. With heart warming speeches from the Premier, His Excellency Mr Zhang Junsai, Ambassador, the People’s Republic of China and Mr Robert Tickner, Secretary General, Australian Red Cross. Prior to the fundraiser, the Australian Government donated $2 million and the NSW Government has also donated $500,000. The night promised to represent the generosity of the guests. Additionally, the entertainment was beautifully organised with performances by a Chinese classical pianist, violinist and Mongolian dancers.

St George Leagues Club

In an attempt to raise money and awareness for cancer stem cell research, we organise entertaining events and benefits in the presence of exquisite food, great company and live music from tribute artists to string quartets.

What better way to enjoy an evening for yourself with your friends and colleagues knowing that your money is going to a noble cause. Whether you prefer to attend a glittering gala evening, a fundraising night or simply a community social gathering you will be spoilt for choice on ways to make a difference.

Professor John Kearsley,  Board member of SGMRF and Angie Cleone. St George Medical Research
Foundation Launch

Wednesday, 23rd April 2008
St George Leagues Club

The launch of the St George Medical Research Foundation (SGMRF) was a great success with over 270 guests raising more than $132,000 for the foundation, live music and… read more.