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Join our event in support of a charity that truly matters – Breast Cancer Ireland

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By IMAGE
17th Oct 2023
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Join our event in support of a charity that truly matters – Breast Cancer Ireland

In honour of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we're hosting a charity event for breast cancer survivors and their families to come together for inspiring stories, prizes and a make-up masterclass.

Join us on Monday, October 23, at The Mayson Dublin, where we’ll come together to support a charity and cause that truly matters – Breast Cancer Ireland. Our event promises to be a blend of inspiration, beauty, and unity. 

Dominique McMullan, Editorial Director at IMAGE Media, will be joined by Paula McClean, a breast cancer survivor and the founder of Style Unravels Breast Cancer. Paula will share her remarkable journey, offering hope and strength to all of us.

Afterwards, Michelle Regazzoli Stone, make-up artist and founder of Mrs Glam will take to the stage to host a make-up masterclass, imparting her expertise and adding a touch of radiance to our lives. 

Throughout the evening, attendees will indulge in the effervescence of bubbles, savour delectable canapés, engage in enlightening conversations, and anticipate thrilling prizes and delightful surprises.

This event is about more than just raising awareness and funds for an Irish charity; it’s an opportunity to come together with family and friends, have fun, share stories, and stand united in the fight against breast cancer.

At this special event, you have the option to choose your own ticket price, with all proceeds going to Breast Cancer Ireland. We kindly ask you to contribute as generously as you can. We promise you a fantastic night!

When & Where

When: Monday, 23rd October at 6pm

Where: The Mayson Dublin, 82 N Wall Quay, North Dock, Dublin, D01 XR83

Schedule

  • 6pm: Welcome bubbles and canapés
  • 6.30pm: ‘This Is My Story’ with Paula McClean
  • 7pm: Make-up Masterclass with Michelle Regazzoli Stone
  • 7.45pm: Event ends and guests depart  

Tickets

At this special event, you have the option to choose your own ticket price, with all proceeds going to Breast Cancer Ireland. We kindly ask you to contribute as generously as you can. 

What They Do

Breast Cancer Ireland is a registered charity, established to raise significant funding to support pioneering research programmes nationally, as well as to promote education and awareness on the importance of good breast health amongst women of all ages.

Their Vision

To transform breast cancer from often being a fatal disease into a treatable long-term illness.

Their Mission

To speed up research discovery output so as to affect better and more positive treatment options for patients.

Their Goals
  • To create a National BioBank of patient tissue and serum samples – allowing their Breast Research Nurses, within the designated cancer centres, to collaborate and collate all samples into one large centralised area so that clinicians and scientists nationwide can access larger volumes and thereby help speed up research discovery output.
  • To support the creation of a state-of-the-art Breast Cancer Research Centre, that will be purely translational in appeal, offering patients a bench-to-bedside experience, with multidisciplinary teams all working under the one roof, offering consultancy, imaging, pathology and clinical trials research.
  • To provide education and awareness on the importance of good breast health for women of all ages, with the provision of a complimentary nationwide service.