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Camp Quality's Cherry Ball is set to reach a milestone this weekend

This Saturday, Camp Quality will hold its 20th Cherry Ball fundraiser at the Adelaide Convention Centre. The evening will be hosted by Derrick Patterson and Frank Bueti who both work in the fruit and vegetable industry and spend their time preparing for the annual Cherry Ball, with the assistance of Derrick’s daughter, Ashley. Saturday evening's guests will have the opportunity to bid on prime fruit and vegetable crops. The ultimate prize is the first case of cherries for the season with the highest bidders crowned King and Queen. It is set to be an amazing night with funds raised going towards families with children growing up with cancer.

Last years Prince and Princess Cruz Perry and Stephania Moutos at the Adelaide Women's and Children's hospital.

Image: Supplied by Camp Quality

Following the Cherry Ball, the crowned King and Queen, Prince and Princess will then take the cherries to Adelaide’s Women’s and Children’s hospital to share the the festive deliciousness with children in the oncology ward. This fitting gesture is simply the cherry on the top (pardon the pun) from what is a highly successful event. The fruit and vegetable provedore himself, Frank Bueti, is expecting this year’s Cherry Ball to be the biggest and best in the events 20-year history. Frank states “Laughter truly is the best medicine and we are glad to be able to help Camp Quality provide fun to children and families impacted by cancer though our love for fresh produce.”

MANABOUTADL is passionate about supporting charities like Camp Quality and we are proud to say that we will be present at Saturday nights Cherry Ball. We look forward to able to share in the fun and excitement with you all.

About Camp Quality

Camp Quality believes every Australian child impacted by cancer – be that their own diagnosis or the diagnosis of someone they love – should have every opportunity to thrive. They do this by providing innovative programs and services to develop like skills and strengthen the wellbeing of children aged 0 -13 years growing up with cancer, and their families.

Camp Quality is a registered, not-for-profit, children’s cancer charity which has been operating in Australia since 1983. Camp Quality relies heavily on the generosity of everyday Australians and corporate partners to keep their programs and services running. Camp Quality does not currently receive any substantial financial support from the federal government nor any State or Territory Government, yet the services they provide to those in need are delivered completely free of charge.

Camp Quality’s mantra is: We believe laughter is the best medicine.


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