Go for Gold – Wellington
Fri 22 March
Child Cancer Foundation is proud to present Go for Gold Wellington, a glitzy gala dinner and quiz in support of Kiwi families impacted by childhood cancer.
Go for Gold is the perfect opportunity for both corporate and social entertainment, where there will be ample opportunities to mix and mingle with your guests, clients or colleagues. Taking place on Friday 22 March 2024.
Guests can expect a fun evening of camaraderie and friendly competition while enjoying a three-course meal, drinks, a live auction and more. You and your guests will be challenged to a quiz, with tables competing for gold over three electrifying rounds.
Hosted at the world-class Takina Conference Centre in Wellington, featuring rugby league legend Steve Price as guest speaker, Wendy Petrie as MC and music by Jodie Gummer, you won’t want to miss this special charity event!
Reserve your table today or come on board as a supporting partner, and help raise vital funds to support Kiwi families during the toughest time in their lives.
Date: Friday 22nd March 2024, pre-drinks from 6pm, dinner from 7pm
Location: Takina Convention Centre, Wellington
MC: Wendy Petrie
Guest Speaker: Steve Price
Cost: $2,200 + GST for a table of 10, individual seats $220 + GST
Reserve your table today
Purchase a table of 10 or individual seats through this link.
If you would like to request an invoice, please fill out the form at the link below.
Interested in becoming an event partner?
There are many benefits to coming on board as a Go for Gold event partner. Please get in touch with our team today so we can work out a partnership involvement that best suits you and your business.
- Chris Key, Fundraising & Growth Manager: email@example.com | 021 313 442
Introducing our guest speaker
We are thrilled to have former Warriors captain and rugby league legend Steve Price attending Go for Gold Wellington as guest speaker.
Steve was a Child Cancer Foundation ambassador during his time living in New Zealand while playing for the Warriors, and he raised $15,000 for the charity on the fifth season of TVNZ’s Celebrity Treasure Island in 2023.
Steve’s genuine and humble nature combined with his rich experience in sport and leadership make him a fascinating and compelling speaker.