Gala dinner on the river to celebrate good cause
The Endometriosis Association (Qld) Inc. (Qendo) are throwing a 30th gala dinner on the Kookaburra Queen this month, and the team at 2 Mad Sisters are throwing their full support behind it.
Owner of 2 Mad Sisters, Samantha Cook-Bateman, says they are proud to announce their support of Qendo, with a percentage of all their profits going to the charity.
Samantha has lived with endometriosis for more than 20 years and says she knows in intimate detail how it can impact a woman’s life.
“Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to that which normally lines the uterus grows in other parts of the body and can be debilitating for girls and women of all ages,” she says. “Qendo offers the country’s only endometriosis support line which is 100 per cent run by volunteers, and they aim to provide education, information and support to women affected by endometriosis in Australia.”
Qendo’s gala dinner aboard the Kookaburra Queen is on August 25 at Eagle St Pier in Brisbane, and will be a celebration of 30 years of providing support to anyone affected by endometriosis. Tickets are $150 each and include a three-course meal, beverages and a lucky door prize.
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Read more about Sam's Endo journey here
Brisbane News August 2018