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Men In Black Ball 2022

The annual Men in Black Ball was held on June 25 2022 at Crown Towers.

The Men in Black Ball is in support of men's mental health and suicide prevention through the Momentum For Australia charity. According to WA Mental Health Commission, Australia men are three times more likely to die by suicide than women. They are less likely to seek help for mental health conditions than women. 

This signature black-tie event includes testimonial speaker, presentation of the Momentum Most Inspiring Man of the Year award, 3-course gourmet dinner, live entertainment, and charity live auction and raffle.

Previous speakers and award winners include Tim Marney, Daniel Kerr, Damien Martin, Leon Ruri, Eric Ripper, Dr. George O'Neil, and Soa "The Hulk" Palelei. 

Watch the 2021 Men In Black Ball highlights below.

Hancock Prospecting International Women's Day 2020

The annual Hancock Prospecting International Women's Day Luncheon celebrated its 15th Anniversary on the 24th November 2020 at Crown Towers Perth.

IWD celebrates women's progress and achievements in Australia and around the world. The empowering and inspiring event was held in support of the "Kiss Violence Against Women Goodbye!" campaign through the Momentum For Australia charity. According to ABC Fact Check on domestic violence in Australia, 1 in 6 women and 1 in 20 men have experienced at least one incident of violence from a current or former partner since the age of 15.

This signature event included a testimonial speaker, announcement of an array of awards, a fashion parade, 3-course gourmet luncheon, and a charity live auction and raffle.

The speakers on the day were:

  • Cynthia Wright, Momentum Visionary Woman of the Year
  • Constance Hall, Momentum Wonder Woman of the Year
  • Along with a moving speech from testimonial speaker, Joanne Colely

Watch event highlights below.

Pink Ribbon Ball 2020

The KWIKFIT Pink Ribbon Ball celebrated its 17th Anniversary on Saturday 17th October 2020 at Crown Towers.

Since 2003 the Pink Ribbon Ball has supported breast cancer awareness and research. According to Cancer Council WA, breast cancer is the most common cancer in women of all ages. In Western Australia in 2014, there were 1,737 cases and 249 women died. Lifetime risk for breast cancer in women is 1 in 10 by age 75. However if detected early through regular screenings, the five year survival rate is 91%.

Men get breast cancer too. Based on Cancer Council WA, in Western Australian males in 2014, there were 14 cases and less than 5 deaths. Lifetime risk for breast cancer in men is 1 in 1,113 by age 75.

The Pink Ribbon Ball is held to create awareness, and urge women and men to get regular check-ups. The purpose of the event is to raise spirits, give hope, and recognise the lives of those who have been touched by breast cancer.

The program on the night included a 3-course banquet dinner, live entertainment, a charity live auction and raffle, testimonial speakers, and a Belle of the Ball competition.

Watch highlights from the Kwikfit Pink Ribbon Ball 2020 here.

Thank you to the courageous and inspiring testimonial speaker Monika Page who shared her breast cancer journey and urged people to get regular check-ups. Watch her speech below. 

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