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Flower power at Annual Sunflower Ladies Breakfast

Guests can expect another festive floral frenzy at the 14th Annual Sunflower Fund Ladies Breakfast, in association with Ainsworth Attorneys, which takes place on Saturday, 7 March 2020 at the iconic Coastlands Musgrave Hotel, 315 Peter Mokaba Ridge, from 8.30am to 11.30am. A morning filled with inspiration and indulgence is what this sell-out calendar event has become renowned for.

Tickets cost R330pp which includes a delicious hot breakfast buffet, decadent individual desserts by Chateau Gateaux, a B.O.N Natural Oils gift per lady, fabulous goodie bags, surprise treats and loads of fantastic prize give-aways. Guests can also look forward to exciting shopping stalls and an express spa pamper station. Keynote speaker, Mthoko Shange – Founder of Imbizo Brand.com, is set to uplift and energize the audience. Ladies are encouraged to fashion their own ‘Summer and Sunflowers’ inspired Alice-bands, as a prize will be awarded to the guest with the most creative piece.

Funds raised from the event will go toward recruiting blood stem cell donors, giving greater hope of life to patients who are diagnosed with life-threatening blood diseases, like leukaemia, and who are in need of a blood stem cell transplant from a matching unrelated donor.

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Book now to avoid disappointment as tickets are limited. For bookings and / or sponsorship of prizes and / or goodie bag items, please contact Allison Ekstrand on 031 266 1148 or email [email protected]. For more information on The Sunflower Fund or how to register as a  blood stem cell donor, please visit www.sunflowerfund.org or call 0800 12 10 82.

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