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have a ball doing it!

Tuxedo Junction Black Tie Charity Ball supporting Cancer Council - August 2016

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great events

Tuxedo Junction is delighted to announce that we're returning to Hobart for a second year running! And back in Melbourne, it's our 10 thAnniversary event. Thank you for all your support over the years.


great cause

Working with Cancer Council Victoria and Tasmania, Tuxedo Junction is a great opportunity to support our family and friends in the cancer community, enable groundbreaking cancer research, and literally have a ball doing it!


opportunities for support cancer research

With our raffles, and competitions, the stunning art auction, and diverse silent auction, and best of all, the exhilarating live auction, there's so many opportunities to make a difference towards cancer research.

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Read the stories from our community

My cancer story – A speech by Margie Hartley

Maggie Hartley shares her personal experience with cancer. 'There are many stories and mine is just one… but I hope it helps to remind us all why we are here. Let’s raise some money and have some fun!'

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Wayne Osler: My Cancer Survival Story

Wayne Osler who has lived with cancer since mid-2004 and is currently in remission. Of cancer and his experience up to now, Wayne said “It’s either a death sentence which is all consuming, or a huge opportunity to set an example to your children and others as to how to conduct yourself with dignity and cope with adversity.

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Your cancer research contributions at work: Quiet Courage

Research through funding provided by Cancer Council Victoria, raised by Research Awards at events like Tuxedo Junction, the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre was able to support a research team and a PhD student to test the hypothesis that in fast growing solid tumours, it is possible to reduce blood vessel outgrowth and slow tumour development by blocking the tumour’s response to hypoxia (reduced oxygen levels).

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Get in touch

Learn how you can contribute - as an individual or a corporate sponsor - and make a real difference in fight against cancer. Get in touch with us today.


Cancer Council Victoria
615 St KIlda Road
Melbourne 3004 Victoria

Cancer Council Tasmania
180/184 Collins Street
Hobart TAS 7000


1300 65 65 85