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Fourth time’s the charm…

This isn’t a trick, but it’s certainly no treat either: after careful consideration, we’ve taken the decision to reschedule Pink Ball 2020 to the 23rd of October.

This wasn’t an easy choice to make, but our first obligation is to ensure the safety of our guests, volunteers and staff. With this in mind, we feel that it is best to move our gala event back just one more time to guarantee that everyone can enjoy the evening in total peace of mind.

There is one silver lining: holding Pink Ball in October means that we have the good fortune of throwing our headline gala event during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. And since it’s just one week before Halloween, we’re looking forward to adding a shock of pink to the orange and black of the season.

Thank you for your understanding, and we look forward to welcoming you to Pink Ball 2020 soon.

Yours truly,



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