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A MELBOURNE MOMENT RAISES $56,500 FOR CANCER COUNCIL

Along the colonnades of the iconic Melbourne’s GPO stretched a long dining table ready to welcome guests, celebrate Melbourne and inspire generosity, raising support and awareness for Cancer Council’s initative to eliminate cervical cancer from Victoria.

Guests gathered on the iconic steps of Melbourne’s GPO in the glorious autumn afternoon, sipping cocktails created by Melbourne Gin Company and listening to the melodic sounds of Angel Barallon, a regular feature of the Melbourne busking line up.

Lord Mayor of Melbourne, Sally Capp welcomed guests to the first long table dining experience held under the majestic colonnades of the GPO and a Melbourne Moment officially began as guests enjoyed an unforgettable menu created by Vue de Monde executive chef Hugh Allen with dessert by Burch & Purchese.

We are so pleased to announce that A Melbourne Moment dining experience at Melbourne’s GPO raised $56,500 for Cancer Council and we are so thankful to all those who experienced the evening with us.

A Melbourne Moment was beautifully captured HERE.

A Melbourne Moment would not have been possible without the generous support of:

ISPT

Vue de Monde

Burch & Purchese

Melbourne Gin Company

George Rose

The Lancemore Group

Luxury Retail Group

MSO

The Auction Company

ISEC Security

a good plan group.

The Road Stall

The Posh Palais

Place Settings

Table Art

Shadow AV

GJK Facilities Management

Cancer Council Victoria has established the Eliminating Cervical Cancer Fund to help eliminate cervical cancer in Victoria within the next 6 – 8 years. Achieving this goal will make Victoria the first jurisdiction in the world to eliminate cervical cancer from its community. Further information about, or to make a donation to, Cancer Council’s efforts to eliminate cervical cancer from Victoria please find additional information here