Menzies Close The Gap Day Charity Breakfast
Close The Gap Day Charity Breakfast
Thursday, 21 March 2013, 7.30am-9am
Darwin Convention Centre, Stokes Hill Road
We invite you to join Menzies School of Health Research for a formal charity breakfast to celebrate National Close The Gap Day and support research to improve Aboriginal lives.
You will hear from Indigenous health experts about current projects which are tackling the urgent disparity between the health of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
The breakfast will be emceed by National Indigenous Television's North Australia correspondent, Craig Quartermaine, and will also feature the unveiling of the Big Ear and Nose (BEN), a large interactive learning aid (see below), by Northern Territory Minister of Indigenous Advancement, Alison Anderson.
As the Territory's only medical Research Institute, we invite you to support us in our frontline work to find enduring solutions to problems that matter.
All those attending the breakfast will benefit from:
- Hearing the latest information on Closing The Gap from Indigenous health experts
- A glass of champagne and plated breakfast
- Traditional Indigenous dance performance
- A complimentary gift
- Door prizes
Tickets are available for purchase at $70 per head or at a discounted price for whole table bookings. To purchase tickets, please visit www.menziesclosethegap.eventbrite.com.au
For all enquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or (08) 89 228 598