Mother’s Day Luncheon 2013

THE INAUGURAL SUSAN ALBERTI MEDICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION MOTHER’S DAY LUNCH WAS HELD IN MAY 2013 AT LEONDA ON THE YARRA. GUEST SPEAKER WAS AUSTRALIAN OF THE YEAR, ITA BUTTROSE AO OBE, WHO HAD THE SELL-OUT AUDIENCE SPELL BOUND WITH STORIES OF HER CAREER, LIFE AND PASSIONS. Dr Kate Graham (pictured) was awarded the first Susan … Continued

SAMRF Signature Ball 2013

From the bottom of my heart I want to thank you for the support received on Saturday night for my 28th Signature Ball. The generosity of the guests was amazing and we have once again raised a significant sum of money toward medical research. All proceeds will be finalised in the coming days and funds … Continued

SAMRF Signature Ball 2012

THANK YOU! On August 4th, through the generosity of more than 625 Australians, in excess of $450,000 was raised at the Susan Alberti Signature Ball. For the last 27 years, Susan Alberti has dedicated her life to help find a cure for type 1 diabetes. In 2012, all proceeds raised will benefit the Juvenile Diabetes … Continued

SAMRF Signature Ball 2011

The Signature Ball 2011 was a wonderful success! To all who attended, we thank you for your support. This year, we have introduced a short satisfaction survey as we would most appreciate your feedback. If you attended this year’s event, please click on the link below to complete our survey. 2011 Signature Ball Satisfaction Survey … Continued

SAMRF Signature Ball 2010

In its 25th year, the Susan Alberti Medical Research Foundation (SAMRF) Signature Ball is one of the oldest and arguably the most prestigious event of its kind in the country. The event was founded by Susan Alberti AO HonLLD to support fundraising efforts for Australian medical research, namely progress towards finding a cure for type … Continued

SAMRF Signature Ball 2009

Saturday 8th August, 2009 heralded the Susan Alberti Medical Research Foundation 2009 Signature Ball which was another wonderful evening, setting another incredible precedent. The opening performance was electrifying as the solo violinist, Sally Cooper set the tone for the evening and whose performance was a precursor for what was to come. The 45 piece Australian … Continued

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