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Key Event Details

Bloody Cells Ball 2022

We look forward to welcoming you to the inaugural 2022 Bloody Cells Ball which will be an incredible night not to be missed!

Saturday, 30th of April 2022

Venue

CommBank Stadium
Cumberland Room
11-13 O'Connell St, Parramatta NSW 2150

Tickets

$220 per person
$2,200 per table of ten
$5,000 per sponsored table

Time

6:00pm to 11.00pm

Dress

Formal

Entertainment

Venus Music

RSVP

Tickets close Friday, 8th of April 2022

About the BC Ball

Cancer is one of the biggest challenges that anyone and their family can experience, it does not discriminate in its devastation. Blood cancer touches the lives of many Australians, in fact the equivalent of 50 people per day, or one person every 28 minutes is newly diagnosed with a form of blood cancer, and it was on one unassuming day in 2009 that the Fallances’ were presented with this incredible challenge.


In 2009, Pauline Fallance was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia, and from what started with a seemingly innocent blister on her finger, led to a hospital admission and treatment starting within 48 hours of diagnosis. For Pauline’s treatment of acute myeloid leukemia involved progressive rounds of intense chemotherapy, breaking down the body’s immune system to disturbing effect in an attempt to kill the cancer. The impact that this process has on someone can only be truly understood by those who have to endure it, mostly in isolation, and those who support them.


It is these supporters, both in her first, and subsequent successful battles with cancer, that drive the Fallances’ to give back. Inspired by those who dedicate their lives to giving strength and care to those who need it most.

Foundations & Donations

The Westmead Hospital Foundation

Westmead Hospital Foundation (WHF) is the principal charity for Westmead Hospital.

Their hospital is the principal referral hospital for Western Sydney, nationally renowned for its comprehensive, highly specialised and complex services provided to the local community.

Throughout Pauline's treatment, Westmead Hospital, and in particular the dedicated staff in the C5A Ward provided an incredible amount of support and strength. Many of the nurses and staff that supported Pauline are still working in the ward today, showing tireless dedication in helping others in need.

Westmead Health Precinct is one of the largest health, education, research and training precincts in Australia.

The foundations role is to ensure that the dedicated staff at Westmead Hospital have the funds needed to conduct ground-breaking medical research, access the latest medical equipment, technology and training, so they can provide the best possible treatment for all patients.

In its ever-growing community, the funding needed to support medical services is increasing. WHF's aim is to provide Westmead Hospital with the additional financial support needed to evolve, innovate and remain at the forefront of healthcare in NSW and Australia.

The Leukaemia Foundation

The  Leukaemia Foundation is the Australian charity stopping blood cancer from wrecking lives. 

They exist for every Australian affected by any type of blood cancer, including leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma.

The Leukaemia Foundation offers expert support, funds leading-edge research and campaigns to make change for Australians facing blood cancer.

Their goal is zero lives lost to blood cancer by 2035.

Their values power their purpose and drive them toward their goal: they care deeply, are bold, and always step up and make it count for people living with blood cancer.

Your blood is a remarkable thing. It keeps you alive by giving your body what it needs, taking away what it doesn’t and fighting off infection. 

Blood cancer stops your blood from doing what it needs to keep you alive and healthy.

It develops in the places of your body where blood is made, but its exact cause is unknown.

Another 50 Australians are diagnosed with blood cancer each day, joining more than 110,000 people living with the devastating impact of our second most diagnosed cancer.

A range of things affect someone’s chance of surviving blood cancer and it can be incurable. Sadly, another 15 Australians will lose their life to blood cancer each and every day.
There are many different types of blood cancer and together they are among the most prevalent and deadly cancers in Australia today. The most common types of blood cancer are called lymphoma, leukaemia and myeloma. 

Lymphoma is a blood cancer.  

Specifically, it’s a cancer of the lymphatic system. Lymphoma most often develops in the network of vessels in your body that play a part in protecting you from infection. It stops your immune system from doing its job. There a few different types of lymphoma. The exact cause of lymphoma is unknown. A range of factors affect someone’s chance of surviving lymphoma.  

Leukaemia is a blood cancer.  

Specifically, it’s a cancer of the bone marrow. Leukaemia develops inside your bone marrow where blood cells are made. It stops your blood cells from doing their job. There are many types of leukaemia. The exact cause of leukaemia is unknown. A range of factors affect someone’s chance of surviving leukaemia.  

Myeloma is a blood cancer.  

Specifically, it’s a cancer of the cells used by your immune system. Myeloma develops in your bone marrow. It stops your blood from being made properly. The exact cause of myeloma is unknown. Myeloma can be managed with treatment but is incurable.
The Leukaemia Foundation’s movement began in the seventies when a small band of people realised more could be done to save lives from a type of blood cancer called leukaemia.

Now there are more than a hundred different types of blood cancer and related blood disorders, including the more well-known cancers called lymphoma and myeloma.

Some can be beaten, some take your life and some stay with you forever.

We may have leukaemia in our name, but we exist for every Australian diagnosed with any type of blood cancer, and while blood cancer continues to wreck lives that won’t change.

Key Event Details

Bloody Cells Ball 2022

We look forward to welcoming you to the inaugural 2022 Bloody Cells Ball which will be an incredible night not to be missed!

Saturday, 30th of April 2022

Venue

CommBank Stadium
Cumberland Room
11-13 O'Connell St, Parramatta NSW 2150

Tickets

$220 per person
$2,200 per table of ten
$5,000 per sponsored table

Time

6:00pm to 11.00pm

Dress

Formal

Entertainment

Venus Music

RSVP

Tickets close Friday, 8th of April 2022

Sponsors

Thank you to these extraordinary organisations supporting this event.