Vaccaro sponsors this year’s St Vincent’s Brain Ball
We’re proud to announce that Vaccaro is among this year’s sponsors of the St Vincent’s Brain Ball. This event calls for awareness and help in funding important neuroscience research, so we can better understand and help those with Parkinson’s and other brain movement disorders.
A big night of entertainment, education, and prizes
Hosted at Doltone House Marconi, the St Vincent’s Brain Ball will feature a three-course meal, accompanied by talented Australian tenor Mark Vincent – alongside a string quartet, conductor and production team.
There will also be a panel discussion with some of Australia’s most senior Neurological Specialists, including:
- Senior Neurologist, Professor Bruce Brew AM
- Movement Disorders Specialist/Neurologist, Associate Professor Stephen Tisch
- Chronic Headache Specialist Neurologist Associate, Professor Susan Tomlinson.
The night will be MC’d by comedian, writer, and television presenter, Vince Sorrenti.
You could win a brand-new Suzuki GL Baleno
As well as having the chance to win some great prizes in both the live and silent auctions, you could walk away from the St Vincent’s Brain Ball the owner of a brand-new Suzuki GL Baleno (subject to terms and conditions).
Dust off your tux or your favourite ball gown
The St Vincent’s Brain Ball is a black-tie event, so if you haven’t had an opportunity to pull out your best ball gown or sharpest suit since lockdown, now’s your chance.
Where can you purchase tickets?
You can purchase tickets on the official St Vincent’s Brain Ball website . There, you can also find lots more information on the night’s entertainment, the panel speakers, prizes, and more.Purchase Tickets
Other ways to support the cause
If you can’t make it to this year’s event, we still appreciate your support, no matter how big or small. All proceeds will go towards Neurosciences Research at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney. You can visit the St Vincent’s Brain Ball website to make a donation . Corporate sponsorship packages are also available.Make a Donation
Thank you for your support
Understanding neurological disorders is a critically important step in being able to treat them properly. The research done at St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney will help improve the quality of life of those living with these disorders, and we thank you for your support in contributing to this worthy cause. Visit The Brain Ball for more information on this special event.