McNulty House is the perfect setting for a Pink Ribbon brunch taking place this coming Saturday morning and those keen to support breast cancer research are welcome to come along, support each other and a cause close to many.
Breast cancer survivor Debbie Shaw takes the opportunity each year to raise funds for the research and this year is organising the get-together.
“McNulty House is the perfect place to host the event. The charm and warmth of the home is comforting, and the brunch is the perfect opportunity to get along and have a look at the home since the renovations.
We have a delicious menu planned that caters to dietary requirements.
Everything on the menu is mini so people can taste a little of everything, as well as enjoy a glass of bubbles on arrival,” Debbie says.
The event has raised fantastic support from the Cromwell community and this support verifies the fact that many families have experienced a cancer journey of some kind, and for Debbie, helping support others and the research required is one way she is able to give back.
“There are just too many stories out there and being diagnosed is a lifechanging event,” she adds.
Raffles and a silent auction is to be held at the brunch with great opportunities to get your hands on some great items thanks to support of local businesses, and while the food, prizes, auction pieces and entertainment from local musician Emma Rankin is enough to ensure a wonderful start to the weekend, it’s the coming together for a good cause and supporting something bigger than ourselves that truly counts.
Each year Debbie gets behind the Pink Ribbon Appeal, whether it’s walking miles, or biking 32km to raise funds, this go-getter knows what you put in, you get out, and with her daughter Kylie by her side, she is proud to be organising and hosting the fundraising event.
If you have not got your ticket yet, email Kylie at email@example.com.
All proceeds from the event go directly to Breast Cancer NZ and door sales will be available on the day.